Holographic Communication with Mimesys Augmented Reality
If you’re not at your computer desk, in your home, or at the office, you might feel uncomfortable sticking a VR headset on your head to visualize spatial data while working on the go. Mimesys has employed Apple’s ARKit to turn an iPhone or iPad into a mobile viewer that acts as a window into the company’s virtual collaborative environments.
If we’re to believe the hype surrounding the Microsoft HoloLens, virtual reality may soon be integrated into our daily work routine. For the uninitiated, the HoloLens is a virtual reality PC headset that runs on Windows 10 and brings high-definition holograms to life in the real world, where they integrate with physical places, spaces, and things.