With the increasing use of spatial computing, there is no question that augmented reality, virtual reality, and mixed reality are having a significant impact on multiple areas of our lives. Experts are even estimating that at least 1.4 billion devices will utilize AR in some way within the next year. But how exactly will spatial computing affect our work, play, education, and more?
Our perception of the world is enhanced by spatial computing, particularly through 3D visuals, sound, and haptics. Thus, many people want AR to be incorporated into areas such as gaming, shopping, real-time GPS, and workouts. In terms of work, spatial computing can be used for holographic calls to virtual team collaborations on documents. The technology can be used to have games be available in the metaverse while also making listening to audio safer through spatial sound. Education can become more interactive while healthcare can be more personalized to each patient.
Spatial computing is also causing the popularity of AR glasses to rise. These glasses actually greatly improve battery efficiency while increasing the brightness by up to 10 times, providing significant benefits for users. With technology constantly advancing, spatial computing is expected to completely renew how humans engage with others both on and off the web.