What is Immersion in Spatial Computing?

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The term "immersion" has three styles: mixed, progressive and full; and refers to how much an experience integrates the real-world environment or digital world.

An image that shows how a window can increase in size or take up the entire space. In the event of a small screen it is known as "mixed", a larger one "progressive" and the entire space is known as "full."

Depending on the chosen immersion style for an app, the experience may exist as mixed immersion, progressive immersion or full immersion.

Depending on the immersive level that you wish to have within your app (i.e. experience) you may choose between mixed, progressive or full.

An example of a VisionPro showing how the real world bleeds into an environment.

A Digital Crown can be used to allow the external environment to bleed into the digital world.

The way that the operating system, app or experience integrates the real-world is through a technique known as passthrough. To learn more consult the link below.

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