QuickView™ AR (Augmented Reality) is configured to utilise adaptive lighting, which is a technology that adjusts the lighting of a virtual object in an AR scene to match the lighting of the real-world environment. This technique is used to create a more realistic and immersive AR experience by making virtual objects look like they are part of the real world. The effect is a combination between software and hardware, and therefore some smartphones are not as well equiped as others.
To achieve AR adaptive lighting, the AR system needs to be able to measure the lighting conditions of the real-world environment. This can be done using sensors such as cameras or light sensors. Once the lighting conditions are measured, the AR system can adjust the lighting of the virtual object in real-time to match the real-world lighting.
The AR adaptive lighting technique is particularly useful in situations where the lighting conditions in the real world change, such as when the sun sets or when the user moves to a different location. By adjusting the lighting of the virtual object to match the new lighting conditions, the virtual object will continue to look like it belongs in the real-world environment.
AR adaptive lighting is an important technique in creating a seamless and immersive AR experience that blends virtual and real-world elements together.
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