Spatial technologies: Definition is software or hardware that interacts with real world locations. The Global Positioning System (GPS), Google Earth, geographic information systems (GIS) and satellite images are the most commonly used spatial technologies to visualise, manipulate, analyse, display and record spatial data, where people can appear to be in the same room even if they are thousands of miles apart. Spatial technologies use holograms as sophisticated 3D Workspaces in a collaboration platform that people use to speak and work together in virtual rooms through the use of avatars — similar to supercharged, virtual versions of Zoom or a Google Hangout, but through holographic augmented reality.
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