What are the differences between “augmented reality” (AR), “virtual reality” (VR), and “mixed reality” (MR)? And, more importantly, how can these technologies help workers?
There are a lot of realities out there.
No, this isn’t about the multiverse, time travel, or other dimensions. This is about the many ways we have been using technology to add additional aspects to the reality we all know — or, with virtual reality, to create a brand-new one.
What are the differences between “augmented reality” (AR), “virtual reality” (VR), and “mixed reality” (MR)? How can these technologies help workers to be more efficient, more knowledgeable, and more skillful? And what do you need to take advantage of these technologies?
The Swiss manufacturer of climate-neutral IT hardware introduces a new mini-PC with an Intel Core processor.
A core characteristic of Prime Computer products is the absence of fans and other mechanical components. The PrimeMini Slim 2 comes in a sophisticated all-aluminum housing that also serves as a passive heat dissipator. Even under full load, the computer is completely silent. At just 3.7 centimeters high, it is the thinnest mini-PC from Prime Computer with a powerful Intel Core processor. 10th generation Intel i5 processor The PrimeMini Slim 2 will be available to order with a fast and energy-efficient 10th generation Intel Core i5 processor at launch.
A spectacular Awards gala brought up a fitting grand finale to the inaugural Future Workspace Summit & Awards, held on the 28th of July at the Mandarin Oriental in Jumeriah, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The event organized by Leap Media Solutions, publishers of CXO DX, the region’s leading content platform for the CXO community, was a hybrid format event with a virtual summit in the day followed by a physical Awards ceremony in the evening.