Last week saw some incredibly exciting news in the world of Augmented Reality, definitely a bit of a game changer! Unity announced that with it’s newest release, you will now be able to support existing native apps with AR content, something that was not previously possible before.
Larger organisations are likely to be the ones who benefit here, many of whom will have had apps for a while now, have considered AR features, but haven’t wanted the potential headache of managing multiple apps, marketing campaigns, optimisation and the actual cost of building a second app. All those headaches are pretty much no longer a concern, thanks to the clever guys at Unity and their new release.
I guess the question is now, which of the big brands will act upon this first. We know consumers are ready for AR marketing, it’ll just be a case of how this is implemented and who puts this to good use to win consumers loyalty.
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