AR is a technology that integrates virtual information with the real world. It uses multimedia, three-dimensional modeling and real-time tracking to simulate the virtual information generated by computer, such as text, image, three-dimensional model, music and video, and then applies it to the real world, so as to realize the “enhancement” of the real world. Today AR has been used in many fields. Doctors can use augmented reality technology to coordinate with related equipment for better location. Combined with the navigation system to provide drivers with better timely road information, to avoid road congestion. Using AR technology, it is possible to make things that can only be designed on flat ICONS or paper before into mature 3D models on electronic devices. However, AR also faces threats, such as legal issues that make it difficult for businesses to get around privacy and security laws. Privacy and security concerns have the potential to lead to massive regulation that could hamper AR development.