AR Wayfinding

Augmented Reality brings a new human interface to react to imagery in the user’s environment,
especially in an environment the user is not familiar with. It can be difficult for users to locate an
object that’s not positioned onscreen, and a mobile AR app could help users navigate to those
objects easier, and with a clearer direction to start.

Create a new user experience
with 22Miles AR Plug-in

Augmented Reality 3D Wayfinding makes it easy for visitors to find their destinations throughout the route with a
super-imposed pathway solution through the phone’s camera. Promoting anything within the real world when they
point their phone camera to a location based on their proximity.

Beacon enabled or scan
location based on 22Miles
Wayfinding Smart-Pathway
Algorithm

Fully integrated its mapping
capabilities and turn-by-turn
directions in real time through
the real world

Integrated image recognition
on route xxxx

Based on proximity to
showcase images or video pins,
promotion placement and live
data while walk through any
space

Change the way data is promoted and viewed

With the 22Miles 3D Wayfinding mobile app and AR plug-in, as an individual walks a retail environment, for instance,
the app could recognize a print catalog or a piece of furniture and then have virtual super-imposed animations (I.e.
Pop-ups, spaceships, talking coupons, live floating ratings, video ADs, etc.) emerge from the catalog and are placed in
the environment. The AR feature can be leveraged for space utilization, highlighting specific huddle rooms or landmarks. The user uses computer vision technology to scan for open rooms or additional live information. The AR experience provides a level of real-world design with positioning and notifications that put you into the future now.

Add AR floating Pins to super
impose on any stand screen,
product, or furniture.

Provide AR video playback or
Location positioning in your app to
any pin within 22Miles floor plans.

No beacons or Wifi needed to
reroute your real time location
through the AR image recognition
feature set.

Off you go!