Just In Mobile Augmented Reality Technology (JIMART) Application
Drugstore shopping is becoming a daily or weekly routine for everyone, whether they are students, working people or a family household. Hence, there may be a matter in question for these people when choosing their drugstore items based on their own budget. In accordance with the problem, we have come up with a solution by designing a mobile application that helps users choose their desired drugstore items with a cheaper alternative. The mobile application itself basically acts as a shopping assistant, which assists the users in comparing prices of drugstore items from different drugstores. By using web scrapping technique, the data can be extracted from two different drugstore’s website which are Guardian and Watsons. We also embedded the augmented reality technology in this project to make it more interactive.
KeywordsAugmented reality Web Scraping Price Comparison
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