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Here's everything you need to help you understand how to use the Augmented Reality (AR) experiences to help you and your trainees

AR 101

AR 101

Key Info about Augmented Reality

Augmented reality (AR) is a technology that overlays digital information—such as images, videos, 3D models, or other data—onto the real world, enhancing what you see, hear, or feel. Imagine looking through your smartphone camera and seeing virtual objects, like animated buses or informative text, appearing to interact with the real environment around you. This blending of digital content with the physical world creates an interactive and immersive experience, making it useful for applications in gaming, education, training, and more. 

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A simple explanation of the differences between virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR)

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Adds digital elements to the real world. You can still see and interact with your actual surroundings, but with extra information or images overlaid on top. For example, using your phone's camera to see how a bring the bus into your room.



A completely immersive experience where you put on a headset and enter a fully digital world. You can't see the real world around you, only the virtual one created by the software. Think of it like being inside a video game where you can do the impossible, like instantly enter a bus, or put your head inside the engine.

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A blend of VR and AR. Digital and real-world objects coexist and can interact with each other in real time. You wear special glasses that let you see and interact with digital objects as if they were part of your physical environment, like putting together the parts of the wheel well in your room.

In summary, VR takes you to a different world, AR adds to your world, and MR combines both worlds, allowing them to interact.


We use 3D & Augmented reality models to help offer step by step guides throughout the bus and expedite learning for your Pre-Trip CDL.

TIP: To use AR, you simply scan a code or click a link.

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Ask us about over 50 AR models that work on all devices, and cover multiple areas of the bus.

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