What is the Full Space in Spatial Computing?

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The term "Full Space" refers to an app (i.e. an experience) that takes up the entire space surrounding a user.

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."

An experience on a VisionPro can exist within a mixed space (shared space), progressive (partial immersion) and full space.

Apps or experiences that require full immersion exist within the full space and are also known as virtual reality (V/R) experiences.

Please note that some apps are capable of existing within both the shared space and the full space.

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