A traditional business card with an aspect ratio of a dimension ranging from 1.43 to 1.8, limits the amount of information an owner imprints on it. With the axiom of’ bigger and better’ getting extended in all sectors, the business world is no exception to it.
In the context of business cards, the word ‘bigger’ isn’t an indication of the size of traditional business cards, rather directs towards increment of content that’s offered. There’s where augmented reality business cards live up to the trend, creating a supplementary layer over the business cards. With an elementary know-how of AR technology and popular AR apps like Yeppar, any business owner can turn their business cards into smart cards, providing a gateway to their business undertakings.
How augmented reality works?
Augmented reality known to make explicit to implicit, allows a real- time blending of the computer generated images in form of videos sounds…
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