Using IMMIQ Web Services With a Mobile Application

“IMMIQ Augmented Reality” is the name given to IMMIQ, an augmented reality technology that allows you to “see” things through your smartphone. In a nutshell, this technology uses augmented reality to overlay digital content on top of the real world. It can be used in two ways: with the IMMIQ Mobile Application and through the IMMIQ Web Service. Here is a review of the IMMIQ technology and its advantages for business and consumers alike.

First off, let’s look at how the virtual image is created through the IMMIQ mobile application. This app contains a small camera and a variety of lenses. One lens is called the front lens and it is used to scan the front side of the smartphone. The image from the back lens is then projected onto the screen. This process happens on a continuous basis because the image is always being scanned, even when the smartphone is not in use. The scanning is done automatically by the system’s memory.

Second, we’ll take a look at how the IMMIQ Web Service works. The IMMIQ Web Service connects to the IMMIQ Mobile Application on the smartphone. Once you have downloaded the app, you can access the web service through your browser. The Web Service uses a web server hosted by IMMIQ, which stores the files in IMMIQ’s data center.

Third, let’s look at how the IMMIQ mobile Application works. With the IMMIQ mobile application, you can add or edit your own digital content. There are a variety of content types including photographs, text, and images. You can upload these digital objects to your smartphone and use the IMMIQ Web Service to connect to them.

Fourth, let’s take a look at how the IMMIQ Web Service connects to the smartphone’s server. The IMMIQ Web Service uses a database of the IMMIQ Web Service Server. The Web Service Server stores the data and can be accessed by the Web service on a consistent basis. When you use the Web service, it works like a regular web browser. You enter a URL into the Web service to get started and then your URL changes whenever you want.

Fifth, let’s take a look at how the IMMIQ Web Service handles your requests. There are four different stages where the request is processed. At the first stage, the request comes from the IMMIQ Mobile Application; it goes into the IMMIQ Web Service Database; it gets stored on the Web Server until it is accessed by the Web Service Server; it enters the Web Service Server on the second phase; the Web Service Server receives the request on the third stage and sends the request to the IMMIQ Web Service Server; it goes to the IMMIQ Web Service Database on the fourth stage and returns the request on the fifth stage.

Sixth, let’s look at how the IMMIQ Web Service connects to the IMMIQ Mobile App on the smartphone. The IMMIQ Web Service Gateway stores the request information in the IMMIQ Web Service Database on the Web Server; the Web Service Server receives the request on the first phase and then sends it to the IMMIQ Web Service Database on the second phase; it receives the request on the third phase and passes it on to the IMMIQ Web Service Database on the fourth phase; it receives the request on the fifth phase and passes it on to the IMMIQ Web Service Database on the fifth phase and finally it stores the request on the sixth phase.

So, there is no need to install the IMMIQ Mobile Application. You can take advantage of the technology right out of your smartphone itself. The IMMIQ Web Service works seamlessly with a standard HTML browser. There is no need to download the IMMIQ Mobile Application.