Thanks to the growing universe of augmented reality tools being increasingly made available, any drowsy office meetings can liven up with immersive computing. His crosshair (someone had to do it), jockeying, is the next big thing for business his.
Read More: The Magic Leap Helio App is the Best Window on the Web Available in Augmented Reality  The company is called Flow Immersive, and with the newly launched Flow Editor App, anyone can access a computer create web-based interactive 3D presentations or "flows" and then display them on any device. A trial version of the Flow Editor identified the appetite of the audience for its 3D presentations earlier this year.
To maximize the reach of the app, Michael DiBenigno, Vice President of Product and Business Development at Flow Immersive, said the presentations can be viewed on a variety of devices, including mobile phones. Tablets and computers.
But for those who really want to enjoy the 3D aspect of the flow, try it in virtual reality via VR headsets or in augmented reality through the Magic Leap One, the interaction we've tested today. To launch the app, users navigate in a phone browser or through the Magic Leap Helio Web app to the Flow Editor Web site.
Users select a flow and then click on the "Enter XR" button to start the 3D slideshow. If you click Next, users are moved to a new piece of data visualization in AR or to a new slide if you use a handheld device or a laptop browser that DiBenigno calls a "scrolling story" effect. If you select one of the data points in the charts, you can see more details at that particular time.
Sending the flow to your colleague is as easy as using the publishing feature of the flow editor and sending the link to Google Documents. Alternatively, users can publish it to any website using a common iframe HTML tag.
With the current free version of Flow Editor, users can save content publicly. However, the company also plans to offer a paid option to privately store immersive experiences. This feature also allows the startup to test the market for a business version that may offer additional services, such as web analytics.
The company has been developing enterprise-oriented immersive VR presentations for a number of years Custom experiences for big companies like IBM and others.
Although we have not yet confirmed numbers, Currently, the number of companies performing meetings in AR seems to be low, but increasing. An existing AR app for meetings is Spatial, which is available to hololens. Although this app is still relatively new, it seems to have a lot of interest because of its close connection to Microsoft. Spatial, which can also be accessed from PCs, also has a Magic Leap version.
The Flow Editor provides cross-device accessibility for the service to reach as many enterprises and consumers as possible. After integrating Magic Leap, DiBenigno also expects to integrate the Flow Editor with other AR headsets.
With each new launch of an AR meeting, we can only hope that meetings will ultimately be less like The Office and much more like Star Wars .