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Unlike augmented reality headgear, some virtual reality goggles restrict the wearer’s view of physical surroundings.

Extended Reality Spreads Its Wings

As augmented and virtual reality technologies mature, industrial operations and maintenance applications stand to benefit, including some specific electrical scenarios.

Reality — at least at the level it’s perceived and stipulated to by humans — may no longer be a state sufficient enough on its own to engage with elements of the physical world. That’s a “deep” notion on a philosophical level, perhaps something for students of metaphysics and human consciousness to ponder. But on a practical level, it speaks to a very tangible revolution taking place in how the experienced world is being transformed.

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