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Mixing Realities—Immersive Technologies in Industry

“Immersive technologies give us a superpower—an agency to experience the future before it happens, to see the unseen,” says Brian Pene, director of emerging technology in engineering at Autodesk. With virtual reality (VR), we can view products before they’re manufactured, walk through structures before they’re built, and make changes in real time.

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