Alex Hern is looking at the business possibilities of cross reality and laying the foundation of for Tsunami XR. Cross reality is the combination of all of the other realities in an effort to see what can happen. This includes augmented reality, which throws video and images on an image using smart phone technology, and virtual reality, which acts as an interface between computers and real people. By combining those levels of reality combined with additional technology it is relatively easy to make some interesting software with some interesting possibilities.
Cross reality also combines cloud technology in order to make processing use less power. This means that the smart phone is better able to conserve power while using powerful software, and adds more capabilities to the phone. More than just allowing the smart phone to play better games, it also means that the phone can be used to hold meetings, facilitate project teamwork, and allow the phone to act as a guide. All of this means applies to laptops and desktops as well, creating an environment where video, images, and text can be combined for some processing intensive apps without using more power than simpler apps.
All of this means that Tsunami XR technology should allow a smart phone to do some pretty insane things compared to its current capabilities. By combining with cloud technology this would mean that a smart phone could do far more than it is capable of doing now, making an already impressive piece of technology even more impressive. This would make it more than just a way to play games and keep up on social media posts, but to make it a powerful force in business and industry, allowing businesses yet another way to not only encourage productivity but also an assistant in selling. Thus, with a little push XR can usher in a brave new world for business.
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