Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology for enhancing perceived reality. It is one of the scientific fields of the 21st century. In addition to real sensory perception, the user also receives additional information via a technical device. However, Augmented Reality does not necessarily consist of text, but also includes images, sounds, 3D models, haptic interactions and much more. The technology is also exciting because, for example, the additional information adapts to the user’s perception in real-time. Digital information is displayed and explains the surroundings, depending on what is within the field of view – as seen by the camera viewfinder. This creates true added value for the user.