MR (Mixed Reality)
In mixed reality, in addition to the physical environment, the user sees interactive, 3D-modeled content through virtual glasses. 3D models behave like physical objects, meaning the user can, for example, view them from different angles. Mixed reality devices resemble or are similar to VR technology devices and their biggest difference to AR technology is that in mixed reality the physical environment is projected to the user through an image created “through” the cameras while in augmented reality the physical environment is normally seen.
The strength of mixed reality is the ability to mix the virtual and real world almost limitlessly and seamlessly. In addition, with mixed reality devices, the size of the field of view is consistent with the normal human field of view, while the ability of current augmented reality devices to produce virtual content is limited to a slightly narrower window. Mixed reality can be used to create virtual elements in a physical environment or to transfer physical elements to a virtual environment.
The best applications of augmented reality are, for example, different simulators that combine a physical cabinet or space with a virtual environment, as well as virtual demonstrations that can bring devices of any size to the physical environment in the right proportions and appearance.
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