Augmented reality describes a system where real space surrounding you is enhanced with supplementary information about your environment. Augmented reality means viewing a model of a mine, building, or drill results in their real position relative to yours.
Virtual reality describes a space that does not surround you or is not in sync with your surroundings. Virtual reality means viewing a model of a mine, or building, or drill results as if you were standing somewhere else.
Simply, Deep AR differentiates between augmented and virtual realities by highlighting or 'graying-out' the 'center-on-me' button.
When toggled on or in augmented reality- when the model is centered on you, the viewer- the button will be highlighted. When selecting a
model or rotating your viewscape or zooming to data that is not in your surroundings, Deep AR is no longer centered on you and the button will be grayed-out.