Mixed Reality is a computer technology where the real and virtual world merge to create new environments. Physical and digital objects, so called holograms, co-exist and interact in real-time. The user wears a head-mounted display and is still able to see the real world. The virtual objects are now three dimensional and interact with the real world. An example would be a virtual three-dimensional furniture which is brought into position to check whether it looks good in the personal living room. The most prominent Mixed Reality headset is Microsoft HoloLens. Mixed Reality has high a potential for industrial applications.
Through our unique approach, Holo-Light has paved the way for customers to truly engage with "mixed-reality" technology. We’ve created a friendly and intuitive interface by engaging with our clients and gathering their valuable feedback. Currently, the primary focus of our software is to eliminating user pain points, optimizing workflows, and maximizing problem-solving potential. Soon, we should be able to visualize "private household" level usage
Holo-Light will create an interactive prototype of a Mixed Reality experience you want to show to your customers and partners. The cost and time savings that come with holographic replication and interaction are numerous and provide one-of-a-kind interactions through the power of Mixed Reality. You can contract us to create a specific application or use our powerful products to create your own.
Using a digital copy of an object allows for precise comparison to those objects at hand in an actual space. The application first recognizes the object you are working with, then retrieves the necessary data for making a quality assessment. Via a simple overlay you’ll be able to see differences between the ideal design and the end product.
The automotive sector has already seen success with this use case and other industries are wanting to take advantage of this type of comparison as well.
When it comes to training and education, Mixed Reality technology is proving one of the most powerful innovations in years. Besides being cost effective as a means to automate the training process, holograms using Mixed Reality give learners more ways to truly interact with complex concepts, increasing their abilities as well as their engagement.
Whether in schools or universities as a means of preparing young learners or in industry settings training employees, education with this technology is a game changer.
Imagine being a technician and getting detailed information about a broken machine before a site visit. Imagine repairing a piece of hardware while a 3D animation guides you through the process step by step. Holographic animations and instructions assist you in making effective repairs and object recognition helps you with maintenance instructions where you need them. Simplify the process of upkeeping vehicles and other machinery, decreasing workload and increasing customer satisfaction.
Mixed Reality simulations take complex systems and not only make them viewable from any angle, but allow you to scale, rotate and adjust simulations in order to increase your understanding. Immersive sounds also add to the authenticity of the models on display. From railway systems to medical procedures, users aren’t just passive viewers but active participants in your simulations.
No matter how large or how small, you can showcase your product through the magic of Mixed Reality. Useful for both internal and external marketing, recreate your products in a way users can interact with them in a real space. The product doesn’t need to remain static either. You can have certain sections of your model vanish or allow your clients to expand each and every part of the product so they can examine each piece and its features independently. Customers not only learn about what advantages your product offers, but they enjoy doing so.