Augmented reality, virtual reality, and mixed reality are becoming prominent aspects of our lives, and this is due to the capability of spatial computing to create a computer-generated reality we can interact with. Despite the massive growth of spatial computing, the technology itself is gradually becoming smaller. For example, we now have AR/MR smart glasses with OE Z-Lens, Apple Vision Pro with mixed reality capabilities, and Meta Quest 2 with a full virtual reality experience.
Spatial computing has the potential to change the way we work, play, learn, shop, workout, and more with the way it upgrades how we interact with the world. From making holographic calls from anywhere in the world and virtually trying on fashion pieces to more opportunities for interactive learning and easy access to biometric data for better healthcare. There is no end to the possibilities!
Today, AR glasses and other near-eye displays will continue to increase in popularity as they replace the need to use smartphones for more than just phone calls. With AR glasses, people are able to enlarge their field of vision while also being able to benefit from better functionality through longer usage time and greater brightness. In the 21st century, Spatial computing will continue to advance the way we engage with others in the world.