Virtual tour technology brings a tour of a location together into a visual experience for the viewer.
Augmented reality uses the existing real-world environment and puts virtual information on top of it to enhance the experience. Some potential applications include archaeology, AEC and urban planning, education, manufacturing, fitness and e-commerce.
VR immerses users, allowing them to “inhabit”, as if they were actually in an entirely different environment altogether, a virtual one created by computers, an animated scene or a location that has been photographed and put in an app. Applications: healthcare, manufacturing, design, gaming, events and marketing.