TaylorMade Golf, a famous name in golf has recently come up with new mobile app featuring new R1 driver, with the assistance of Gravity Jack. Free “R1 virtual” app allow the users of iPad and iPhone to tune, view and test new clubs of the company by using their 3D mobile augmented visual AR and reality visual search tech.
By using this app, users will be able to adjust their loft, shot shape of club and face an angle. They will be able to trajectory shot basing on the specifications of user’s details.Augmented reality has merged quite vastly because of the diverse virtual capabilities and possibilities available in modern publications and industries. Time Magazine, Mashable, VentureBeat, TechCrunch, itsaboutiPhone and many other is having high expectations from this modern technology.
AR technology embedded in R1 Virtual mobile app is supported by an American company, Gravity Jack. This company is specialized in research and development of AR custom and Visual Search Tech. Gravity Jack owns its technologies and patents like browser SDK which allow its unique ability to work with marketing clients and marketing. Clients of Gravity Jack are allowed freedom for making common restrictions like functionality limitations and third party licensing fees.
The founder of Gravity Jack, Luke Richey has said that “We feel proud in saying yes to put clients, followed by the powerful execution. TaylorMade has been eager to bestow an experience which has never done before. We love their presence and said let’s make it done. Rest will be done through our research, creativity and development- which we love to do.”
R1 Virtual app can be obtained from Apple’s App store iTunes and iPhone and iPad users can enjoy this app. When app is being installed and launched in the device, users will just require pointing camera at the trained images and AR experience will commence.
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