Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) solutions are often regarded as incomplete when we talk about their application in the commercial space. Surely, you must have heard of the one big retail store that has a VR app experience so that you can try stuff out in VR before purchasing them. However, that doesn’t always work so well since there’s no real feedback or feel of the products you are experiencing.
Though, London-based startup Hyper has come up with an innovative Mixed Reality (MR) co-design platform that serves as a solution to the bottleneck. Born from the EIT Digital-supported “HyperCRC” innovation activity, Hyper has introduced a spatial design platform, which is successfully able to merge VR with physically real, motion-tracked models.