Spatial computing vs augmented reality
by SMEBOOK (admin) · October 7, 2020
Spatial computing is an umbrella under which augmented reality comes in. With Augmented reality, a real-world environment is created and made visible to the user with digital objects integration through the camera. The object's image on the screen shows not only the perspective of the camera but also the digital content. And with spatial computing, this space becomes the canvas for the object where it is experienced in real-time by the user with interaction.
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