How the Mixed Reality Revolution is set to Change the World

| February 18, 2019

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In the past five years, reality technology has taken a huge leap forward with rapid developments in virtual reality and augmented reality. While VR creates an immersive simulated environment for the user, AR overlays basic digital content over the physical real world. Both VR and AR, though promising, have their own limitations when it comes to the amount of fluidity in interactions that they allow. Now all of those limitations are set to disappear with the advent of mixed reality (MR).

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