Augmented and mixed reality: How best to implement mobility?

| March 8, 2019

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First off, what's the distinction between virtual, augmented, and mixed reality? The Wikipedia definition for the latter (which I commend to your attention if you're at all interested in the next level of information) describes the "virtuality continuum" extending from a completely real environment on one end of the spectrum to a completely virtual environment on the other end. Augmented reality, along with mixed reality (also sometimes referred to as augmented virtuality, although others use the term augmented virtuality to define a particular continuum point.

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Q-dance

Q-dance is a Dutch dance event organization that focuses on the harder styles of dance music, like hardcore, hardstyle, techno and hardhouse. Widely known concepts are Defqon.1 Weekend Festival, Q-BASE, Qlimax and X-Qlusive. Q-dance events are easy to recognize by their names; there's always a Q in it. The Q-dance logo was launched in 2001 with the TURN YOU ON campaign and is inspired by the power button of a computer.

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Q-dance is a Dutch dance event organization that focuses on the harder styles of dance music, like hardcore, hardstyle, techno and hardhouse. Widely known concepts are Defqon.1 Weekend Festival, Q-BASE, Qlimax and X-Qlusive. Q-dance events are easy to recognize by their names; there's always a Q in it. The Q-dance logo was launched in 2001 with the TURN YOU ON campaign and is inspired by the power button of a computer.

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