Forbes: 11 utilizzi creativi della Realtà Aumentata nel Marketing

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Augmented reality is quickly becoming one of the hottest trends in the marketing and advertising industries, recognized as an innovative and creative way of connecting with customers and increasing engagement. The technology has significantly grown in popularity over the last few years, and the AR market is expected to continue this trend; it’s projected to reach $117.4 billion by 2022, as indicated by Markets and Markets research.

Giving advertisers and marketers an opportunity to create innovative campaigns that integrate the digital world into the real world, AR is popular with a wide range of consumers, from children and tech-savvy millennials to baby boomers – basically, anyone owning a smartphone.

Below, 11 Forbes Agency Council members discuss the different ways in which augmented reality can be used creatively in the marketing and advertising industries.

All photos courtesy of individual Forbes Agency Council members.

From Snapchat filters to Pokemon Go, augmented reality techniques are gaining traction.

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Ecco cosa stanno sbagliando Apple, Google, e Tesla

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But that doesn’t mean Norman isn’t critical of the direction of Silicon Valley’s powerhouse companies often celebrated for merging technology and design. In a casual, stream-of-consciousness conversation with Co.Design, Norman dissected what’s wrong with Apple, Google, Microsoft, and, as a little bonus we pushed for, Tesla.

APPLE—FOCUSED ON AESTHETICS OVER FUNCTIONALITY

In 2015, Norman penned a scathing review of Apple’s design. We asked if he’d seen the company improve since then.

“I think Apple’s products have gotten worse, not better.

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