Augmented Reality Physics App - Augmented RealiTease


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The study of Physics is undergoing major shifts as we continue to struggle with the basic components and behavior of the physical world, and Augmented Reality is poised to become a critical tool in the advancement of this field of science. Apple and Android have introduced ARKit and ARCore, their respective AR platforms, and this development will prove to be an important step in the advancement of information design. A new generation of custom mobile software applications can be equipped with the immersive and interactive AR interface and opened up to a much wider audience.

Augmented Reality uses the camera on a smartphone, tablet, or AR eyewear as the source of the interface. Environmental graphics can be layered over the perspective to create a completely different mood and setting. Virtual avatar guides can be used to provide interactive instruction and training. 3D virtual objects can be manipulated and programmed to behave with real world properties for accurate scientific simulations. Augmented Reality also has the ability to deliver real time sensory feedback with simulation effects like touch, sensations of weight, interactive buttons and equipment features, steam, shadows, reflections, and more.

DDA can see the advantages for the sciences to develop new application concepts that serve the interests of education and professional practice, and we believe an app for Physics is a critical component in this project.


As one of the more abstract of the sciences, Physics needs excellent visualization tools to make concepts come alive. Not only does Augmented Reality have the capability to render objects and environments with photo-realistic accuracy, it can also excel at more diagrammatic graphics arrayed in ways that allow students and theoreticians to inhabit the data and interact with elements in the diagram. Students can manipulate 3D graphs and work on shared projects. AR has the capability to examine any scale from the quark to the cosmic, and examine string theory along with the big bang.


Augmented Reality has many ways to serve the scientific community. As a cost effective learning platform for the sciences, it is a 3D tabula rasa, or a black box theater for experimentation. This gives the study of Physics a highly flexible method to develop ideas and theories in a way that makes understanding more vivid and immediate. Risk free simulations provide accelerated learning in a safe and hands-on format. The AR development platform can be integrated into professional programs for accreditation and offers the scalability to edit and update new curricula and features.


Augmented Reality has the potential to link classroom experiments with virtual simulations and data that is dynamically added to the lab process. Numbers can be linked to objects and detailed descriptions can elucidate moving projectiles. When someone shoots a rubber band, you can gauge its velocity in real time.

Online Physics apps can be used to simulate physical effects in great detail, including collision detection and programmed behaviors like those found in the most sophisticated 3D animation packages. But because the setting and the elements in the simulations can be adjusted in real time and viewed from nearly any perspective, scale, and level of detail, it goes far beyond the customary experimental lab setting.

For practitioners, theoreticians, and educators, an Augmented Reality Physics app can act as a platform for their ideas. If we all had a mind like Tesla, we wouldn't need to augment our understanding with advanced visualization tools. AR Physics apps give physicists new ways to realize their ideas in the visual plane, linking their developments with a rich history of scientific exploration.

DDA is an Augmented Reality app company with the experience to take the sciences into the Augmented Reality universe. We created our first AR project in 2009, and we are pioneers in the field of VMS, or Virtual Medical Simulations. We maintain a long list of repeat clients and we continue to lead the way into more advanced custom mobile software applications. The introduction of ARKit and ARCore effectively ushers in the next wave of innovation for mobile app development, and DDA is uniquely qualified to take on the challenge. We received the Tabby Award for the Best Healthcare iPad App of 2012, and our approach to innovation focuses on the core goals of the project. Conveniently located just outside of Philadelphia, our team of professional programmers, designers, and multimedia specialists are prepared to handle all aspects of the project in-house without resorting to third parties. This way we are able to keep costs under control while delivering a fully tested and integrated product with robust performance and long lasting value.

If you would like to know more about how we think Augmented Reality is going to transform the way we study and engage in science, or you have an idea you think is well suited for Augmented Reality, we'd be happy to set up a time to discuss it in detail.

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