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The smallest particles, atoms and the reactions between them are really difficult or extremely expensive to demonstrate in real 3 dimensional space. However this could be very important in education and in the marketing of certain products, where the mechanism of action is a key message to the potential clients (pharmaceuticals, yoghurts, petrochemical liquids and many more.)
The random movement of the molecules, the proximity necessary the chemical link to be formed and the energy outburst when this actually happens – all of these can be shown spectacularly with Augmented Reality from any angle or distance choosen by the user of the app.
This can be done in a way that the viewer feels himslef in the center of the action – just like he is standing among the atoms and particles or on one of the electron rings.