What is Spatial Computing?

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A technology that allows computers to blend in and interpret the real-world as well as to create digital, augmented projections within a users field of view.

Spatial computing is the technology that enables immersive augmented reality, virtual reality and mixed reality experiences through a headset that tracks a users pose, interactions and movements.

Spatial computing allows experiences to exist on top of the real world within a shared space, which can allow multiple experiences to exist side by side through volumes or windows in what is known as mixed immersion.

Spatial computing also allows a single experience to take over the full space with its volumes and windows, allowing for a varying level of immersion (i.e. progressive or full).

Spatial computing blends the real-world with the digital world through a technique known as passthrough.

Spatial computing achieves a projection on top of the real-world through a technology known as the point cloud.

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