Mobile Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are being used in more industries than ever including games, education, health care, and manufacturing. Now VR and AR are converging in various combinations to bring new immersive extended reality (XR) experiences to users.

Our Snapdragon® Mobile Platforms help developers create premium XR experiences such as VR and AR across a range of mobile devices. For more detailed information on how our portfolio of extended reality technologies help to bridge the gap between physical and virtual worlds, visit our Snapdragon XR technologies page.

To dive deeper into the world of augmented reality, our Snapdragon Spaces™ Developer Portal has a lot of great resources.

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Snapdragon and Snapdragon Spaces are products of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.

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