The future of
work is moving beyond virtual and augmented reality to Unified Reality via
Airglass from Mobeus, the first truly integrated infrastructure of multimedia
communication, collaboration, and business applications with 3D computing.
Airglass represents the biggest change to the way we interact with our
computers and each other since Microsoft’s introduction of Windows in the
1980s. It reimagines the whole concept of presence in enterprise through an
immersive desktop experience that naturally bridges the chasm between
technology and deep, meaningful human connection using the camera and screen
built into most computers. Airglass is operating system agnostic and a
game-changer designed specifically for the new reality of hybrid work
environments. Airglass isn’t just a communications tool, it’s a whole new
platform for business with native applications, third-party integrations, and
available media that will help the country’s largest enterprises, education
systems, and 120 million knowledge workers create a more seamless, satisfying,
and productive work environment.


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