Overview

Spatial computing is at the forefront of innovation, redefining how we interact with technology and our environment.

As a leading XR agency, we specialise in creating advanced spatial computing interfaces that offer immersive and intuitive experiences.

This article explores the essence of spatial computing, and highlights some modern use cases.

What is Spatial Computing?

Spatial computing refers to the technology that enables computers to understand and interact with the physical world in three dimensions.

It encompasses augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and mixed reality (MR), allowing users to engage with digital content as part of their real environment.

This convergence of digital and physical spaces creates new opportunities for interaction, productivity, and engagement.

The Power of Spatial Computing Interfaces

Spatial computing interfaces are the gateways to these immersive experiences. These interfaces leverage advanced sensors, cameras, and machine learning algorithms to map and understand the physical world.

Users can interact with digital content using gestures, voice commands, and even eye movements, creating a seamless blend of the physical and digital realms.

NEXT STEPS

Spatial computing is transforming how businesses engage with their customers and interact with the digital world.

At Handbuilt, we are dedicated to helping businesses harness the power of spatial computing to unlock new opportunities and transform their interactions with the digital landscape.

Partner with us to create innovative spatial computing solutions that captivate and inspire.

Use Cases

Here are some modern use cases demonstrating the transformative power of spatial computing interfaces:

MANUFACTURING

Smart Assembly Lines

Spatial computing is transforming manufacturing by creating smart assembly lines. Workers can use spatial computing interfaces to access real-time data, visualize complex assembly instructions, and receive guidance through holographic displays. This increases efficiency, reduces errors, and improves overall productivity.

URBAN PLANNING

Interactive City Models

Spatial computing is revolutionizing urban planning by enabling the creation of interactive 3D models of cities. Planners and stakeholders can use spatial computing interfaces to visualize proposed developments, assess their impact on existing infrastructure, and make data-driven decisions. This technology facilitates better planning and community engagement.

Field servicing

Remote Assistance

In the field service industry, spatial computing is providing remote assistance to technicians. Using spatial computing interfaces, experts can guide field workers through complex repairs by overlaying instructions and diagrams onto the physical equipment. This reduces downtime and ensures accurate and efficient problem-solving.

Event management

Virtual Experiences

Spatial computing is transforming event management by creating immersive virtual experiences. Attendees can use spatial computing interfaces to explore virtual trade shows, attend interactive sessions, and network with other participants. This technology expands the reach of events and enhances attendee engagement.

AUTOMOTIVE

Design and Prototyping

In the automotive industry, spatial computing is enhancing the design and prototyping process. Designers and engineers can use spatial computing interfaces to visualize and interact with virtual car models, make real-time modifications, and simulate performance. This accelerates the development cycle and improves design accuracy.

Entertainment

Immersive Gaming

Spatial computing is revolutionizing the gaming industry by enabling immersive, interactive experiences. Gamers can use spatial computing interfaces to engage with virtual worlds that respond to their movements and actions in real-time. This technology creates more dynamic and engaging gameplay, pushing the boundaries of traditional gaming.

Work

Selected Clients

Handbuilt (VIC)

Based centrally in Melbourne's CBD for easy access

Handbuilt (NSW)

Only a few minutes from Sydney's Central Station

Handbuilt (TAS)

We still have a presence in this idyllic historic area