Mixed Reality (MR) allows you to map digital content onto your physical surroundings while also considering the environment digitally. This means that the user can interact with these digital elements as if they existed in the real world.
In more simple terms, it means that you can use Mixed Reality to place a digital coffee cup on your very real office desk.
A brilliant example of Mixed Reality is the IKEA app, which allows you to search for a piece of furniture and drop it digitally into your surroundings, giving you the view of how it can look in your home.
In industry, Mixed Reality allows you to overlay content and interact with it, perfect for site walkthroughs of your new office building where you can use the power of MR to create a digital office space in the building.
For healthcare, doctors can safely assess scenarios, such as what would happen to a heart if certain medication were applied. This takes away any dangers of making mistakes when practicing in real life.