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Augmented reality (AR) merges the physical world with the virtual world. This is just as fascinating as it is technically complex – especially with AR glasses, which are coming into fashion. Producers of these high-tech glasses are supported by LightTrans located in Jena, Germany. The company develops and sells physical optics software for modeling and simulation.
The question at hand is a deep one: How do we see the world?
The fusion of the physical and virtual worlds is very complicated, especially when it comes to the trend of AR glasses. So how do you get the virtual image information in front of your eyes with clarity and sharpness, all while users of AR glasses continue to see the world clearly?