As a project manager at Unit040 / Prespective Software I’ve delivered multiple mixed reality projects. We used the Hololens 2 to create B2B applications that improved technical workflows for companies like BASF and Virelux.
The company’s data – like product picking order or a 3D scan of minor surface defects on a car – was projected on top of the tangible objects in the real world, so operators could see everything they needed to know right in front of them.
The interfaces came with interactive control panels that could be accessed with hand gestures and/or voice commands, so multiple data layers could be accessed within a single application while users kept their hands free for the required manual operations.
One of these projects is described more extensively in the Manunet Magazine that can be found here, starting from page 12 – which is also the source of the pictures used in this article.