Shaping Tomorrow’s Reality with Spatial Computing

Spatial computing is a fascinating new technology that has only recently begun to make waves in the areas of work and entertainment. It uses 3D information to allow users to experience the digital world in real time, while being able to interact with the physical world simultaneously. The augmented reality/ virtual reality industry is gaining traction and is projected to grow by $20 billion in just 4 years. Soon, even smartphones may become obsolete as people begin to grow their preference for near-to-eye displays with AR/VR glasses. The market will be huge, with 1.4 billion devices with AR capabilities in circulation by 2024. 

There are expected to be a vast array of uses for this technology. Some of the sectors that experts are predicted to be impacted are work, healthcare, and entertainment. Workplaces will become increasingly digitized, which pave the way for even more globalized employee networks. There will no longer be a need for physical office spaces as holographic calls and display-less workspaces become more common. Education will become more of a virtual experience as well, where learning is able to take place outside of the classroom. Students of the future may be able to visit the historical locations they are learning about through VR.

Spatial Computing: The Future of Work and Play

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