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AR Transforms The Owner’s Manual into a Highest-Quality User Experience

Virtual Guide apps are automaker’s modern take on the traditional owner’s manual, as well as utilizing AR and Virtual Reality training to allow consumers to use their smartphone or tablet computer to get how-to information for repairs, maintenance, and vehicle features.

Hyundai’s Virtual Guide uses two and three-dimensional tracking technology to deliver a deep level of information related to different parts of a car. A user can simply position their phone or tablet’s camera over the area they want to learn more about.

The Hyundai in-vehicle Car Care app places the owner’s manual right inside the vehicle’s touchscreen, to give AR and Virtual Reality training as well as giving a customer the services and information they want the most and, when and where they need them most.

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