Spatial computing is a cutting-edge innovation with the potential to transform our daily experience of reality. This immersive technology is poised to fundamentally alter how we experience the world around us by seamlessly fusing the physical and digital world.
Spatial computing uses 3D graphics, audio, and haptics to replicate human sensations and transport users to a world where the lines between reality and imagination are blurred.
Spatial computing offers a range of levels of integration with the digital world. Augmented reality (AR) overlays digital information on top of the actual world. Mixed reality (MR) allows the digital and physical aspects to interact. Full virtual reality (VR), immerses users in entirely virtual environments with no input from the physical world. All of these different types of spatial computing are popular amongst consumers for a variety of activities, including shopping, exercise, and gaming.
In the future, spatial computing’s influence will go well beyond amusement and convenience. For example, our workplaces will likely change drastically due to the advent of this technology. Holographic calls and accelerated project development will become ubiquitous in the workplace of the future, changing how we cooperate and innovate. Productivity will go beyond the limitations of conventional workstations once papers are not restricted to physical displays or keyboards.