XR and Spatial Tech Are Changing Business as Usual

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Immersive technologies present an interesting conundrum for users, who are enthusiastic about the possibilities of AR, VR and the next era of audio/visual media. While everyone knows it will become an important part of the fabric of life, few know just what that will look like. One of those is Michael Hoffman, who started Object Theory, an XR company helping companies bring spatial tech to the work environment. Inside XR editor Alice Bonasio and author Robert Scoble share what they’ve learned from industry leaders.

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