Augmented Reality is an innovation in interactive multimedia design, one that meshes seamlessly with your vantage point. By using the camera on a smartphone or tablet as the basis for the interface, many types of computer graphics can be introduced into your perspective and adjust to your shifting position in real time. Photorealistic 3D simulation graphics, text, charts, and diagrams can be introduced into the scene when needed for a completely new way to interact with computer information. Augmented Reality has the potential to enhance activities and industries across the entire spectrum of software development.
Both Apple and Android have recently introduced their respective AR platforms, ARKit and ARCore, making it possible for anyone with a smartphone or tablet to access AR applications. AugmentedReality.health was created by its parent company DDA in response to ARKit and ARCore. DDA is a leading creator of custom mobile application software, with an extensive background in developing cutting edge online experiences for the Medical and Healthcare industries. AugmentedReality.health has developed a number of potential AR applications that offer immediate value for both practitioners and end users.
The dental industry often needs to address patients with issues that include a number of teeth or even an entire upper or lower plate. In these instances, it would be helpful to previsualize different dental options prior to opting for a particular choice. AR Bridgework would be used by practitioners and patients to visualize the available choices with photorealistic vividness.
AR Bridgework removes guesswork and risk for practitioners and informs patients with high quality previsualization techniques, using an interface that's bound to be applied in more medical applications in the immediate future.
AR Bridgework would be a specialized dental app that allows dentists and their patients to visualize the various options when replacing teeth. Augmented reality can be used to show anchoring points on a patient's gums, and tooth replacements like dentures, implants, and different bridging options can be fully visualized, with floating labels to show costs of each option. For example, if a patient is requesting bridgework that includes proximate but not immediately adjacent teeth, a dentist can access AR Bridgework from his smartphone or tablet. Using the camera, he can select from a menu of applicable bridging methods and visualize the prospective options in turn and show them to his patient. The patient will be able to see the teeth as if they have already been placed, and the anchor points can also be indicated with virtual markers.
DDA has been crafting custom software and online experiences for the medical community for over twenty five years, with over 3000 successfully completed projects. AugmentedReality.health launched its first AR project back in 2009, and now, with the advent of ARKit and ARCore, the time for the development and implementation of AR concepts is most favorable. Using a logical, step-by-step approach to software development, AugmentedReality.health's highly skilled team applies their comprehensive skill set to produce all aspects of the project in house, without the use of third party subcontractors. Controlling the project from start to finish enable AugmentedReality.health to maintain excellent communication with clients and to streamline production costs. For a flawless, trouble-free, end user experience, across every platform and to every device, whether the project requires extensive database management, 3D computer modeling and animation, e learning, graphic design and multimedia, and any type of custom software programming and design, DDA is ready to meet your project goals and exceed your expectations. Learn more about augmented reality, AR Bridgework, and contact AugmentedReality.health today.If you have another concept for AugmentedReality.health you would like us to develop with you. We would be pleased to arrange a time to discuss it in detail.