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Augmented Reality in Vehicle Industry

Pragati Pejlekar, Ruturaj Ravindra Kadam, Trupti Sudhir Malge, Samiksha Raju Kamble


There is a nonstop and consistent change in the field of Augmented Reality (AR), both in the retail, and the manufacturing area. It has begun to impact all that from auto industry shows to online vehicle shopping. Purchaser overwhelmingly moved in the vehicle business; the ways are turning out to be more development than the old perceptive ones; the basic purchasing experience no longer fulfills them. Due to the increase in worldwide online shopping, the new digital platforms, and technological enhancements have been created for the consumer who are looking for more exciting buying experience and user interaction and more enhanced products. This idea of making technological change starts with the consumer where we decide to use Augmented Reality to make automobile industry more accessible to the people. So, our main motive is creating an app which can convert 2d sketch of any vehicle made by automobile industry into 3d model using augmented reality, which will reduce their time and cost of the process. This is the whole idea about Automobile Industry project.


Augmented reality, automobile industry, vehicles, 3D model, unity software

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