The future is in Extended Reality

A future awaits us in which the way we relate to technology will radically change, and since technology is a formidable process enabler, this radical change will profoundly affect our daily life, changing the way we relate to the world and the way we will work.

At the center of this change there is a paradigm that is not necessarily new, that of Extended Reality, which has not yet found its full and complete realization in the consumer world for purely technological and market reasons, but we know that technology evolves rapidly and new markets are often triggered thanks to the availability of new opportunities offered by technology itself.

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