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For example, spectators interested in watching what’s going on in the virtual world typically have to do so using the accompanying PC’s monitor. How much fun is that? Not a whole lot, as Drew Gottlieb demonstrates in the clip above.
Using an app he created called HoloViveObserver, Gottlieb demonstrates the ability to see what’s taking place in the virtual world via a HoloLens, thus creating what he describes as a shared reality experience (that sounds a lot like Magic Leap's mysterious offering). If you thought the possibilities of augmented reality and virtual reality were endless as standalone platforms, just imagine what developers could create by merging the two.
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