Mixed Reality is a computer graphics technology that seamlessly integrates digital content into the real world and makes it interactive.
The user, wearing an MR headset, frames the surrounding real world which is enriched with information and interactive virtual objects.
The interaction takes place directly with the gestures of your hands, without the need for a controller.
Mixed Reality systems are the result of an evolution of the so-called Human Computer Interaction.
Advances in the field of sensors and computational power enable new methods of human-machine interaction that were unthinkable until recently.