Mixed reality

Mixed reality

The next decade of technological advances will see more and more of the human experience transition into the digital realm. Exponential developments in computing are continuing to enhance efficiency in all aspects of our lives, whether at home or at work, and digital reality technologies like virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) are increasingly taking centre stage.

Although the initial use case for digital reality tech has been entertainment, in recent years more and more professional applications for VR, AR, and MR have emerged in areas like product design, architecture, manufacturing, retail, and education. As John Egan, CEO of L’Atelier, a foresight company that is part of the French banking giant BNP Paribas, says: “By the 2030s, tech will facilitate a new digital infrastructure that sits on top of the physical infrastructure, one that will be unique to individuals through AR glassware and eventually through contact lenses and even neural implants.”

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