Augmented reality (AR) is a kind of collaborative, reality based display environments that take the aptitudes of computer made display, sound, text and effects to augment the user's real-world experience. It merges real and computer-based displays and images to give an integrated but improved view of the sphere. Augmented reality has several distinct execution models and applications, but its primary aim is to bring about a rich audiovisual and free movement experience. AR functions by engaging computerized model and skills such as image and speech recognition, animation, head-mounted and hand-held gadgets. Augmented reality tools are extensively distributed into three major groups including AR 3D viewers where operators place models in the environment with or without making use of trackers. The second one is the AR browser that augments camera display with background information, for instance, one can know about history or projected assessment of the environment. And lastly, an AR
The project aims to create software that will allow full, intuitive control and free movement in Augmented Reality from any place. Our beta software enables basic vehicle control and Augmented Reality function testing.