What is Mixed Reality?

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An interactive experience that blends the real world with a digital world and which allows physical, real-world interactions to change the digital world.

Mixed reality, which is often confused with augmented reality, involves blending the real-world and its physical objects with an artificial world.

These experiences exist within the shared space and enable real-world interactions that alter the artificial world.

This artificial world layers three-dimensional (3D) digital scenes, environments, geometries, models and objects to create a world which can be explored by moving within the real world.

The technology that allows the blended real-digital world immersive experience to exist is known as passthrough.

Spatial computing achieves a projection on top of the real-world through a technology known as the point cloud.

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