2. Architecture and Building Design
Because it's difficult to conceptualize the world in a top-down 2D view, 3D models belong in an augmented world.
In construction, sometimes it's best just to put your 3D model and see how it looks exactly where it's going to end up. This is why we use augmented reality to understanding the visual impacts in architecture and building design.
But this doesn't only work for buildings. Think about the placement of transmission towers, wind turbines, and solar panels. Imagine recreating a 3D model of an ancient city that no longer exists. How powerful is that?
3. Navigation Assistance
The phone knows where you are and it knows where you're pointing. So this means it can assist you in where to go in augmented reality.
Have you ever been lost in an airport before? Imagine if you could just pick up your phone and have it lead you on the correct path all the way you want to go.
The idea of navigation assistance in augmented reality means that you get guidance as you point and interactively use your phone. You type where you want to go. Then, arrows show you the path on how to get there.