Months ago, we showed you some of the forces in Spatial, HoloLen's app that allows groups of workers to collaborate in enhanced reality using 3D avatars.
On Monday, the company increased its profile by taking the stage at Microsoft Bygg to showcase its new integration into Microsoft Team, a workplace tax application that some can compare with Slack.
Demon was flawless, because spatial founder Anand Agarawala opened a laptop with the help of the Team app to get things started. Everything looked like a regular law call until Agarawala donned a HoloLens 2, and then scanned a QR code that appeared after clicking on one of the tabs in law.
When the QR code is scanned, the user is taken into the surrounding environment of the spatial environment and allows the user to collaborate with users in other locations.
A particularly powerful aspect of the app that we have not had a chance to show off is its ability to facilitate collaboration over units, although the other user does not have a HoloLens.
In the latest demo, a remote desktop companion that communicates over the web, represented by a 2D video panel, is able to interact with 3D c