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Develop your workforce, engage with customers, and improve efficiency by implementing mixed reality solutions in your enterprise. Mixed reality can provide a quick ROI and a meaningful impact in manufacturing, service, sales, marketing, planning, logistics, design, and many other areas.
What is Mixed Reality?
Mixed reality is the convergence of the real world and a digital overlay. Using devices like head mounted displays, smart glasses, or mobile phones, the real world can be enhanced with holographic information. Its format can range from overlaid floating text, images, videos, or even full 3D CAD models.
Mixed reality allows real world objects to interact with the digital space. This means that users can interact with these enhanced environments through hand gestures, speech recognition, or spatial movement (by walking around). Mixed reality is the choice technology for learning, troubleshooting, and communicating.
Mixed Reality Projections
10% of Fortune 500
Deloitte predicts that more than 150 companies including 52 of the Fortune 500, are testing or have deployed XR solutions. Over 10% of Fortune 500 companies are looking at new technologies to help improve their businesses.
82% of Enterprises
In May 2018, a Toshiba survey found that 82% of enterprises predict that smart glasses (or mixed reality) will be used by their businesses in the next three years.
In Mexico and the US alone it is estimated that over 73,500 companies will have adopted mixed reality applications by 2023 and increase their spending twofold each year reaching a 16-billion-dollar market.
14.4 Million Workers
A recent Forrester Research report asserts that by 2025, nearly 14.4 million US workers will wear smart glasses. This is just enterprise.
Augmented Reality Projected Growth
Industry adoption rate
Sources: IDC, PWC, INEGI & US Economic Census, based on a 100k US and 5k in Mexico sample size, retrieved 2018, updated 2019
Why Invest in Mixed Reality Applications?
Mixed reality has been around for decades. The term was coined in 1990 by a Boeing employee to refer to a head mounted display technicians used to project a digital version of wiring maps onto the plywood in which they were assembled. Since then the road is paved with countless benefits, use-cases, and applications. To name a few:
New Mexico State University
Training & Troubleshooting
The City of El Paso, Economic Development
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