Augmented Reality
Vishal Kulshrestha
By: Vishal Kulshrestha

Augmented Reality Glasses: The Future Of Theaters!

Every industry be it logistics, manufacturing, education, healthcare or entertainment are showing their utmost interest in taking a digital dive.

In entertainment sector, the technology adoption is adding utility and novelty to these vertical. In our previous blog, how theatre space could be revitalized by bringing movie posters to life, adding AR content to social media promotion, entertain kids with AR games and improving theatre ambiance with AR glasses was explained.

Christophe Plotard said, “The glasses are a world first and we felt the show must go on – we are resilient. This technology is about uniting cultures through the arts – a way to get to know another culture.”

But, one thing was left undescribed. What’s that? How about a traveler who is expediting in a country where a language barrier won’t let him enjoy, ruins their experience and make a trip to the theatre less thriving. How this experience could be turned upside down?

Incorporating augmented reality glasses would be a great feat for the theatres because in turn it will certainly increase native as well as non-native people footfall.

Recently, theatres in Paris and Atos launched multilingual augmented reality glasses that enable foreign spectators to view the French theatre performances in various languages hassle-free. Wearing the specs, perfect synchronized translation into the air can be viewed by the spectators in front of their eyes. Integration of technology has alleviated the constraints in live entertainment.

Let’s see how AR connected glasses works.

The glasses are similar like Google glasses have larger screens and long battery life. The glasses show the translation above the stage or screen in different languages. The Wi-Fi powered glasses augment the screen in real-time and position the words on a virtual and transparent screen in a language that spectator understand. Moreover, projected surtitles can be configured for each individual glasses, even for the font size, brightness, and color within the spectator’s field of view.

The benefits that’s explained above are just the tip of the iceberg and many more are about to come with more innovations. Let us outline all those advantages.

Breaking down the language barriers, foreign theater goers can enjoy live performances with customizable surtitles
Visual/hearing impaired people could get the most out of the events in the theatres through some adjustments to the glass
In addition to surtitles, superimposed 3D animation, the appearance of rain or augmented sceneries could be provided that improves the overall experience of the visitor.

Wrap up

Bespoke glasses that’s making the most out of the augmented reality is engaging the spectators and uniting the people belonging to different communities and places across the globe. Apt alignment of the technology would certainly give a boost to the visitors stepping inside the theatres which in directly impacts theatres’ ROI.

Leading theatres have geared up to join the digital race. So, where do you stand? Do you want to add an elite feel to your theatre space leveraging cutting-edge technology? If yes, our consultant would help you to get the solution that perfectly suit your needs.

Credencys team is well-versed in engineering augmented reality solutions and developers rocks in glass app development to the perfection. Don’t wait anymore, get in touch with us today!

  • Admin

    Very good article, it is obvious that is not enough to publish an advertisement for obtaining sales. Design, visibility, the transmitted message and where and when we publish it has a great influence. Thank you for sharing such an interesting post

    • Admin

      Interesting article, but many things may seem obvious in many cases are not met and hence the failure of some advertising campaigns