Virtual reality may get all the hype, but while Beat Saber is cool, augmented reality is training fighter pilots, and a whole lot more. If you're a freelancer looking to add a twist to your portfolio, a small business who wants to bring more to virtual conferences, or just looking to experiment with what AR can do, Aryel makes it as easy as drag-and-drop, and a lifetime subscription is just $69.99, 92% off.

Reality, But Better

Aryel is designed to be simple to use. To start with, your customers won't need to download an app to use it. Aryel is a web platform; so as long as they've got a smartphone with a camera, they'll be able to see your work. As for how they engage, that's up to you. Use QR codes, images, or locations to launch the tool – whatever you need.

Similarly, whatever you want to project for your audience, Aryel will make it happen. You can add text, video, 3D objects, audio, and more, with room for up to 350MB of assets. Not an artist? Tap into the growing digital library of assets, 300k strong and growing. It's also completely white-label, so your message and brand come through loud and clear.

The Data You Need

In addition to the basics, like how many times your work is scanned and viewed, the built-in analytics and tools in Aryel learn which devices are the most popular and for which operating systems, making it easier to optimize your campaign. Similarly, integrating with LinkedIn, Facebook, Google Analytics, Hotjar, Unsplash, and more is as simple as a few clicks.

Augmented reality is a great way to make your business stand out, to explore the future of virtual art, and to stand out at an online trade show. And, with a lifetime subscription costing just $69.99, 92% off the usual price, it puts AR within anyone's reach.

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