AR/VR applications are deployed in numerous industries. In manufacturing, AR/VR can be used to troubleshoot high-end machinery, product designing, and prototyping, etc. In education, AR/VR can offer students factual information about a concept or theory just by a phone scan. VR can offer students virtual tours of historical sites, museums, zoos, botanical gardens, and more inside a classroom. It can also help science students perform certain training tasks such as surgeries, minor incisions, etc. In retail, the technologies offer retailers virtual product visualisations, creative ways of advertising, customer engagement programs such as the in-store hunt for AR markers to win discounts, offers, and other rewards. The inherent immersive character of the technology further makes it employable in industries like real estate, event management, automotive, etc. The use cases span from immersive hands-on training and site experiences to information retrieval through AR overlays.