LEARN ABOUT SPATIAL COMPUTING
WHAT DOES SPATIAL MEAN?
Spatial, in the context of technology and computing, refers to the relationship and arrangement of objects, environments, and their positions in physical space. It involves understanding the physical dimensions, distances, and orientations of objects and utilizing that information for various purposes, such as visualization, interaction, and navigation.
WHAT is SPATIAL computing?
Spatial computing refers to the use of advanced technologies to process and interpret spatial information, allowing for the integration of digital content and experiences seamlessly into the physical world. It enables the creation of immersive and interactive environments where virtual objects and information are accurately positioned and interact with the real-world surroundings, enhancing our perception and interaction with the physical space.
Augmented Reality (ar)
Augmented reality is a technology that overlays digital content, such as virtual objects, information, or visuals, onto the real world. By using devices like smartphones or AR glasses, users can see and interact with virtual elements that are integrated into their physical environment, enhancing their perception and understanding of the real world.
Virtual reality (VR)
Virtual reality involves creating a simulated, computer-generated environment that immerses users in a completely virtual world. By wearing VR headsets or using other devices, users are visually and sometimes audibly transported to a digital environment, allowing them to interact with and experience the virtual world as if they were truly present.
Mixed reality (Mr)
Mixed reality refers to the merging of real-world and virtual elements to create a new environment where physical and digital objects coexist and interact in real-time. It combines elements of both augmented reality and virtual reality to enable users to interact with and manipulate virtual objects within their real-world surroundings.