AR stands for Augmented Reality, and VR stands for Virtual Reality. AR/VR refers to technology that creates immersive and interactive experiences by blending virtual elements with the real world or by simulating entirely virtual environments. Augmented Reality enhances the real world by overlaying digital content, such as graphics, images, or animations, onto the physical environment. Virtual Reality, on the other hand, transports users to a computer-generated virtual world, blocking out the real-world surroundings. These technologies are used in various industries, including gaming, entertainment, education, training, healthcare, and more.