What is the difference between AR and VR?
Augmented Reality (AR) adds virtual elements to the real world, while Virtual Reality (VR) fully immerses users in a virtual environment. Although VR and AR offer different experiences, it is possible to combine elements of both to create a virtual studio. For example, Vulp utilizes Augmented Reality, but by loading a complete scene such as a bathroom, it can simulate the sensation of Virtual Reality. This allows users to interact with the virtual bathroom while simultaneously experiencing the real world, resulting in enhanced immersion and engagement.