OUR LATEST SHOWCASES

Check out selected showcases which we are now able to discuss.

Magic Leap Application for Visual Training

Visual training is a form of therapy for the treatment of visual disorders. The three-dimensional depth view is decisive for visual training. Mixed Reality can make an important contribution here.

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HoloLens Retail Experience for Spielfeld Digital Hub

We have developed an Augmented Reality retail experience for the showroom of the Spielfeld Digital Hub in Berlin.

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Making underground spaces visible

We have contributed our Augmented Reality expertise to Future Cities Laboratory’s Digital Underground showcase presented at the Urban Lab exhibition ‘Underground: Singapore’s Next Frontier’, organized by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).

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Optimization of maintenance

Augment IT by Netcetera and Müller Technologie AG in Frauenfeld have successfully tested the use of augmented and mixed reality for maintenance.

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Added value in training and education

Augmented IT by Netcetera has developed a showcase for the use of augmented and mixed reality in the fields of vocational education and training for Bühler in Uzwil.

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Playing virtual games in the real world

Mixed Reality can provide improvements in various aspects of professional life. It can help the education process by projecting objects and processes in the real world. It can help medical personnel to carefully plan operations.

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Use of remote-support

In an innovative partnership, SBB (Swiss railroads) and «augment IT» (by Netcetera) successfully tested the use of HoloLens. Various scenarios were investigated and tested.

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Museum revisited – the possibilities are endless

The Swiss Museum of Transport, (Verkehrshaus der Schweiz), is a fascinating and exciting place of discovery. Thanks to its original artifacts from the history of Swiss transport and shipping, it is the most visited museum in Switzerland.

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Better planning of surgical interventions

Professor Raabe’s team from the University Clinic for neurosurgery at the University Hospital of Berne has worked with us to test new mixed reality applications in neurosurgery. One thing is already clear: The augmented reality approach provides better planning for surgical interventions.

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