How Fingent Helps
In today’s volatile market scenario, it is challenging for businesses to identify different and unique ways to serve customers. Ensuring efficient work collaboration, timely communication, and streamlined staff training are some of the roadblocks that slow down business growth.
With Augmented Reality, we help our clients create an experience that is intuitive, fast, and expansive. Eliminating the hurdles of legacy operating systems, we enable businesses to boost operational efficiency and drive user engagement through industry-specific AR strategies.
Our Augmented Reality Services
Customized AR Apps
AR Assistance Platforms
Innovative User Experience
Elevate Digital Transformation
Why innovate your business with us
Consistent high-quality results with robust agile teams and dedicated QA practices
Highly cost-effective and best-of-breed solutions with no last minute surprises
Transparent project management with maximum adherence to deadlines
Our Unique Approach & Process
By initiating your project with Fingent, you get a dedicated and skilled team backing you up round-the-clock. All our processes are customer-oriented, designed to reduce the cost of business operations, address IT resourcing challenges, and offer you a competitive edge. We start with a deep analysis of your requirements and continue our relationship with post-launch support and updates.
Research and Discovery
Validating and Shaping Idea
Design and Prototyping
Testing and Quality Assurance
Maintenance and Support
Hundreds of leading businesses have derived strategic advantages from our transformative solutions.
“Off-the-shelf products in the market couldn’t accommodate our multi-party customer relations model.”
“Fingent’s custom CRM application streamlines processes for both our builders and suppliers. They even suggested ideas to maximize efficiency.”
“Fingent helped us replace our technology with a new platform solution that included ASP pages and SQL databases. “
“They’re very good at explaining things, not overwhelming us with technical buzzwords. ”
Augmented Reality is an interactive reality-based display environment that makes use of computer-generated capabilities including display, sound, text, and effects to enhance a user’s experience of the real-world. In AR, the objects that reside in the real-world are enhanced using computer-generated capabilities. Gartner defines “Augmented reality (AR) as the real-time use of information in the form of text, graphics, audio and other virtual enhancements integrated with real-world objects. AR integrates and adds value to the user’s interaction with the real world.”
Augmented Reality (AR) overlays (superimposes) virtual objects on the real-world environment, while virtual reality (VR) immerses users in a completely simulated environment generated by computer technologies. You need to wear a special VR headset to experience virtual reality. But, you can easily download an AR app from your smartphone to try the technology. Special AR headsets such as Google Glass make ways to experience AR differently by displaying the digital content on a small screen in front of a user’s eye.
Businesses across different verticals use AR in unique ways to enhance customer experiences. For instance, online cloth retailers can introduce Augmented Reality that will help customers to inspect the item of clothing in a 3D format. In a field service business, AR will allow the technicians to receive live support from remote staff to identify issues, superimpose models of machines or engines to examine the defects clearly and get rid of the grunt and guesswork followed during manual processes. The product designers in manufacturing can use Augmented Reality to quickly iterate on designs and model them in a 3D space. It can also minimize training efforts and costs and reduce risks at workplace operations. Likewise, Augmented Reality has countless applications for businesses.
In Augmented Reality, the computer vision first tries to understand the environment of the user (what is around the world of the user) through the camera content feed. In this way, AR can show digital content relevant to the user’s context. Augmented Reality applications help in visualizing virtual things in the real world. The digital content will be displayed in a realistic way. First, the computer vision processes the raw image from the camera, after which the rendering module of the application augments the original frame with AR (overlaying physical objects with virtual things) and then offers a digitalized vision of content to the user. The Pokemon Go game and Google SkyMap are well-known examples of AR applications.
Microsoft HoloLens is anticipated to be a perfect amalgamation of both AR and VR technologies. It will combine the best of both AR and VR in such a way that users will gain a mind-blowing experience of the world around them with the digital components. According to Microsoft, HoloLens 2 offers the most comfortable and immersive mixed reality experience available, with industry-leading solutions that deliver value in minutes.
Augmented Reality has found a large number of applications in education. It can make classroom education more interactive by adding game elements and providing virtual examples to support textbook materials. AR can help get learners moving around and actually interacting with the content. When learners are placed in an environment where they actually “pull” content using their research and discovery skills (instead of pushing content to them), that can result in higher knowledge retention. AR for learning is gaining more relevance in the healthcare, automotive and manufacturing industries, where the technology is replacing the conventional ways of learning and development.