Mixed Reality let’s virtual objects interact with the real world.
Mixed Reality can map your environment at any time. A MR headset – like the Hololens 2 as seen below – projects digital objects. These elements can interact with (elements in) the environment, but also with eachother. A new reality is created. This can be done anywhere, like the office, a building site, factory, healthcare facility or school. It can fit any unique situation.
This results in a major turning point for knowledge transfer. Support and information can now be done visually without the need of an on-site instructor or expert. A user can get explanations from a remote expert or see instructions from a 3D projected instructor e.g. Not only increases this effectivity and efficiency, it also saves on expenses of having onsite support and training.
The HoloLens 2
Wij develop for the HoloLens 2. This is the latest Mixed Reality headset from Microsoft, currently the most cutting edge device.