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Transform Your Site: 3 Powerful Uses of Augmented Reality for Websites

Imagine this scenario: you visit a website and, instead of just viewing static images and reading text, you interact with 3D models, experiencing products and environments as if they were right in front of you. 


Welcome to the exciting world of LixAR, where your website can move from the traditional two-dimensional experience and enter the immersive third dimension. 


1. Interactive Product Demonstrations

Imagine this: a customer visits your e-commerce site and is interested in a new piece of furniture. Instead of scrolling through static images, they can interact with a 3D model of the item.

With LixAR, users can view the product from all angles, zoom in on details, and even see how it fits into their living space using their smartphone camera.


Why It Matters: Interactive product demos make shopping more fun and clear. Customers feel more confident, which means they buy more and return items less often because they know exactly what they're getting.



Smartphone camera showing an AR display of a sofa in a living room

2. Interactive Event Preview

You're hosting a conference with guests and speakers from various countries flying in. Instead of just providing static information on your website, you can use Augmented Reality to offer interactive previews of the event venue, speakers, exhibitors, and more.


Why It Matters: Interactive event previews let people see what the event will be like before they decide to go. With AR, they can get a real feel for it, which makes them more excited and likely to come. This means more people buying tickets and showing up, making your event successful.


Example in Action: The London Fashion Week held in 2019 in partnership with HoloMe is a great example of AR event planning. People in many different parts of the world could see the presentation live on their cellphones one day before the show. To showcase a few designs by London College of Fashion MA graduates, the Innovation Agency (FIA) of the London College of Fashion teamed up with augmented reality pioneers HoloMe. This cooperation was innovative in allowing viewers worldwide to watch the AR runway experience in real-time, projected on their local surroundings while the show was in progress.




3. Interactive Learning and Training

You're offering an online course on human anatomy. With LixAR, students can interact with 3D models of the human body, exploring different systems and structures in a hands-on manner.


Why It Matters: AR can make learning more interactive and engaging, helping to improve knowledge retention and understanding. It's especially useful for subjects that benefit from visual and spatial representation, such as science, engineering, and art.


Example in Action: EON Reality provides AI-powered XR solutions for education and training, including a platform called EON-XR that supports immersive learning experiences. Once an object or environment is uploaded to EON-XR, in-depth lessons can be created and distributed in as little as 15 minutes. This comprehensive approach ensures that students receive a rich, interactive, and engaging learning experience.





How to Install LixAR

By integrating LixAR, you are not only staying ahead of the curve but also providing a more engaging, immersive, and satisfying experience for your audience.


So, what are you waiting for? The third dimension of your website is no longer a distant dream but a present reality with LixAR. 


For a step-by-step guide on installation and customization, visit this link or click the button below.




Don't miss out on making your website more interactive and engaging!



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