- Canon’s Mixed Reality headwear can beam digital images into real-life environments
- The images appear in 3D to the scale they’ve been designed for
- Wearers can then walk around the projections and see it at different angles as if the item was actually there
By Victoria Woollaston
A camera firm has designed virtual reality headgear that can beam digital images into real-life environments.
Called Mixed Reality, the device projects a 3D image from a computer screen, for example, into any real-life environment.
Wearers are then able to walk around the 3D projection as if it were real and see it at all possible angles.
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