•   Prakash Kanade

  •   Jai Prakash Prasad


MAR (Mobile Augmented Reality) is delegated an innovation that gives similar capacities as AR (Augmented Reality), yet without the actual limitations of the area of an exploration office or testing region. A Location-Based Service (LBS) is an application for portable figuring which gives clients administrations dependent on their topographical area. Area based administrations are getting progressively famous with the ascent of cell phones with an ever increasing number of highlights (particularly Apple's iPhone and Android-based gadgets). Increasingly more substance is improved with geo-information and can subsequently be seen in a virtual climate, however in real, portable conditions and in a setting delicate way fit to the requirements of the client. The definition and advantages of versatile increased reality and area based administrations and the mix of portable enlarged reality and area based administrations are broke down in this article. The issues are examined alongside the upsides and downsides.

Keywords: Augmented Reality, LeenaBOT, Location-based system, Mobile augmented reality


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Kanade, P. and Prasad, J.P. 2021. Mobile and Location Based Service using Augmented Reality: A Review. European Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. 5, 2 (Mar. 2021), 13-18. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejece.2021.5.2.303.