What is a Mixed Immersion Style in Spatial Computing?

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The term "mixed immersion" refers to an app or experience that exists within a window in the shared space.

An image that shows how a window can increase in size or take up the entire space. In the event of a small screen it is known as "mixed", a larger one "progressive" and the entire space is known as "full."

Depending on the chosen immersion style for an app, the experience may exist as mixed immersion, progressive immersion or full immersion.

Depending on the immersive level that you wish to have within an app (i.e. experience) you may choose between mixed, progressive or full.

An image of a user using a Vision Pro with apps open as windows within the shared space.

Mixed immersive experiences live within the shared space as windows that allow users to browse the app as if it were a floating screen within the real-world.

The technique that allows for this mixed-reality experience (i.e. for a digital world to be projected into the real-world) is known as passthrough.

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