Augmented Reality is an interactive experience where computer-generated perceptual information - including visual, auditory and more - can be placed in a real world environment. Augmented Reality is best defined by three concepts: it is a combination of real world and virtual world, it involves real-time interaction, and it uses both 3D virtual objects and real world objects. It can either add to the natural environment or it can mask the natural environment.\r\n\r\nAugmented reality (AR) is a technology that allows users to see virtual objects or information overlaid on top of the real world. This can be achieved using a device such as a smartphone or a headset that displays the virtual information in the user's field of vision. Unlike virtual reality, which creates a completely simulated environment, augmented reality enhances the user's existing environment with additional information or objects. This technology has many potential uses, such as gaming, navigation, and education.