Over the past few years, virtual reality and augmented reality have gone mainstream. Yet with most VR and AR technologies available today, it’s challenging to merge physical, real-life movement and environments with simulated virtual objects, environments and actions.
When it comes down to it, today’s virtual reality isn’t really that virtual. You often need a complex set of consoles, multiple sensors and cameras, and hand controllers.
That is — until now. Welcome to merged reality — a new way of experiencing physical and virtual interactions and environments through a suite of next-generation sensing and digitizing technologies.