Tobias Müller erklärt in seiner Präsentation den Unterschied zwischen Augmented Reality und Virtuell Reality. Er zeigt verschiedene Anwendungsgebiete und erklärt Augmented Reality an einem konkreten Beispiel. Einer App, die vom BUND GEGEN ALKOHOL UND DROGEN IM STRAßENVERKEHR angefordert wurde und von seiner Firma www.next-reality.de umgesetzt wurde. Einer virtuellen Rauschbrille zur Alkohol-Prävention.
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