The advent of augmented reality applications is sure to change many of the industries and activities we are engaged with every day. Just as the mobile device and the rise of internet culture have transformed our lives, augmented reality promises to have the same comprehensive effect.
As a leading innovator in custom mobile software applications, DDA would like to share some of their ideas about where the future might go, and how augmented reality can enhance the learning experience, from advanced training and equipment operation, to everyday tasks like gardening and nutrition.
With over 47 million adults without health insurance and a widespread consumption of processed foods, nutrition awareness in the United States is at a critical juncture. A mobile software application that is easily accessible and offers detailed real-time information about food in your actual environment would provide millions of users with the ability to make more informed choices that improve their overall nutrition.
Besides tracking your diet and spotting great choices, nutrition apps will also be able to spot items to avoid as well as optimum times to splurge. By having applications available where you shop, cook, and eat, it becomes easier to eat better and remove nutrition problems before they occur. The immersive and interactive presentation of augmented reality applications may be the breakthrough that allows more people to fully understand the consequences of their food choices, and thus inspire a healthier lifestyle.
Augmented reality makes use of the camera function on your smartphone, iPad/tablet, or hands-free device and layers 3D information and graphics into your unique viewpoint. With high resolution graphics and updated effects that follow the user perspective, all types of AR applications can build an enhanced and highly immersive experience. Augmented reality apps engage the viewer and set up a dynamic environment where new skills and ideas can be placed into an integrated, real-world experience. Augmented reality nutrition applications could be used to track consumption throughout the day based upon identified foods consumed as seen from the viewer perspective. These apps may even be able to steer users to specific food choices when they are looking at the food available in their fridge. Augmented reality applications might identify foods in a grocery that are ideal for a user's general goals or specific nutrition plan, and real-time data on estimated calorie counts and other nutritional information can be made available to restaurant goers to help them adhere to their dietary goals, even while eating out.
DDA is your best choice for innovative ideas and practical solutions. DDA grounds all its work on real-world experience, and ensures a robust final result for clients that exceeds their expectations. DDA's state-of-the-art facility, located just outside of Philadelphia, offers one of the most comprehensive sets of skills available in the industry. DDA takes on nearly any type of custom mobile software application challenge, works with numerous programming languages and platforms, accommodates all specialized production requirements, and delivers optimal results that demonstrate real performance in competitive markets. From database management, 3D modeling and animation, custom software programming and design, eLearning portals, video, illustration, and more, DDA does all its work in house, with no outsourcing to other companies. This vertical organization enables DDA to achieve results that are seamless in integration for a satisfying end user experience. Learn more about how augmented reality applications can help achieve better health outcomes for patients. Contact DDA today.