NOT A REALITY FOR NOW, BUT SURELY IN THE COMING YEARS!

It is surveyed that, most of the companies are at present not accessing to mixed reality (MR) in any way, but that does not mean they don’t think it is significant. According to Harvard Business Review in March 2018, it was found that approximately two-thirds of the 394 US officials polled said that they are presently reconnoitering or testing the use of MR technology. Only 20 percent of them are currently in production or positioning MR.

The respondents were in a covenant that the technology will be imperative in the near future and would be very significant to their premeditated goals within three years. If you notice the impending worth and prominence of MR, the responses inclined to cluster around efficiency and process on one hand and customer experience on the other.

Mixed reality is demarcated as a gamut of blending the physical and digital worlds with augmented reality at one end of the gliding scale and virtual reality on the other. It also combines objects from the corporeal and virtual worlds to produce new environments and conception where these objects coincide and intermingle in real time.

As VR, AR and MR become more manageable and people turn out to be extra comfortable with them. It is also observed that different use cases emerge in different industries.

For an instance – Virtual reality helps organizations to train their employees by plunging them into role-playing circumstances in simulated worlds. Augmented reality and mixed reality are assisting in situations like architecture and engineering design where it is helpful to overlay information that augments a real-world image.

WE ARE MOVING FROM PASSIVE DIGITAL TO THE PURELY EXPERIMENTAL. TO YOUR BODY, TO YOUR PSYCHE, THESE EXPERIENCES ARE VERY REAL!

– GREG TAYLOR (GENERAL MANAGER, TIGERSPIKE NEXT)

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