Photos, videos and even sometimes 360-degree product renderings are used to show off products that can be purchased on the web, but Aryzon is a company that's looking to the future of online shopping with augmented reality.
Aryzon recently shared a video that shows how it envisions online shopping in a new dimension. With augmented reality, web shoppers would be able to see a product come to life before their eyes in full 360-degree detail. As Aryzon describes: "The augmented experience can include new types of information, reveal product ergonomics, and allow users to see the scale and size of any product for sale."
Later in the spring, Aryzon has plans to introduce the Internet to "augmented reality for everyone" through a new Kickstarter project.
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