Immersive Environments

Cave wall. Stone tablets. Papyrus. Computer screen. What’s the next platform for human communication and collaboration? Immersive environments: technology that blurs the line between the physical and digital world. What if you could swim through your data sets? Mimic an avatar to learn a new skill? Explore an ancient Egyptian tomb with your history class? From VR to CAVE environments to planetariums, we’ll dive into immersion and what it means for the future of building.

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One Minute Data Download: What are Immersive Environments?
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    Immersive environments blur the boundaries between physical and digital space. How do we define immersive environments, and what are they used for? Our Data Download video gives you a definition, market outlook, and business case in one minute:   Sources: Forecast augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR) market size worldwide from 2016 to 2021 (in billion … Read more

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