Augmented Reality (AR)

Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology that blends the real and virtual worlds and enables real-time interaction and exact 3D registration of virtual and actual items/objects. It differs from virtual reality in that it enhances or affects how the world interacts with a person rather than replacing their physical surroundings with a virtual/digital one.

Augmented Reality (AR) plays an important role in the blockchain industry. The link between AR and NFTs is an excellent example to use in this context.

AR NFTs incorporate AR components and signals such as the capacity to display digital items in your surroundings or on your face/body, whereas normal NFTs are just artwork representations. 3D NFTs are digital objects that may be viewed via augmented reality and other technologies. By allowing artists to communicate directly with their audience, art NFTs also reduce the need for intermediaries. Furthermore, unlike physical objects, digital collectibles are software, which means that if an NFT is resold, the original creator may get a royalty.