Finding out the Price of Everything

A popular game that came out a few years ago gave me an idea. The game used augmented reality to put 3D images on top of a visual of the real world for seamless integration. I thought it would be nice to have this, but not just in a game. I wanted to use augmented reality to show the price of any item. I had to find an app developer to help me with this task, but it was one of the greatest things that I ever thought about. I had the dream of people using the app on everything in their field of vision.

People will often asks others where they bought something and how much that particular item costs. With an app like the one I thought up, people would be able to do it just by holding up their phone and letting the app do the rest. I wanted the app to work on anything, from new items that had been released in the same year as the app, to really old items that were made decades ago. For the older items, there would have to be more work done to find out the accurate prices, but it wasn’t something that was completely impossible.

A lot of work went into making the app, and once it was finally ready to hit the market, I was overjoyed. Many people started using it to figure out the price of clothes that they saw people wearing on television and in person. I used it to help me figure out how much a table costs that I saw in a building. The app even let people see the price of a particular car. There was one thing that I figured would be an issue and that was safety. I asked the developer to put a warning into the app to tell everyone not to use the app while crossing heavy traffic, and to watch their step.