The Future of Hotel Industry with Augmented Reality

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Year : 2023 | Volume :5 | Issue : 1 | Page : 25-30
By

    Rutika Sanjay Patil

  1. Karuna Nityanand Mhatre

  2. Rutuja Vishwanath Matre

  3. Vaishali Jadhav

  1. Student, Saraswati College of Engineering, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
  2. Student, Saraswati College of Engineering, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
  3. Student, Saraswati College of Engineering, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
  4. Professor, Saraswati College of Engineering, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Abstract

The applications of augmented reality, which is a young technology, have not yet been completely revealed. In order to take the hospitality business in a new direction and provide an engaging learning experience, this project investigates a novel application of augmented reality. In order to give consumers or guests a special experience on mobile devices, this concept uses printed photographs as target images and elevates conventional hotel menu cards using augmented reality technology. In implementation Unity and Vuforia Engine software are used. Most people booked hotel rooms without seeing them, sometimes they may not get satisfied with them. When people order some new dish in hotels it may not fulfill their expectations because they do not know detailed information about the dish. Hence to overcome this problem, we proposed a system using augmented reality in which customers can take a virtual tour of the hotel room before booking and can look at a new variety dish virtually in the form of 3D models. With this, a customer can be satisfied and enjoyed their hotel tour. This growing technology can increase hotel business profit by fulfilling the customers’ needs and requirements.

Keywords: Augmented reality, hospitality, industry, 3D models, virtual reality

[This article belongs to NOLEGEIN Journal of Human Resource Management & Development(njhrmd)]

How to cite this article: Rutika Sanjay Patil, Karuna Nityanand Mhatre, Rutuja Vishwanath Matre, Vaishali Jadhav , The Future of Hotel Industry with Augmented Reality njhrmd 2023; 5:25-30
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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 5
Issue 1
Received May 16, 2022
Accepted June 30, 2022
Published January 30, 2023