- 3D Realistic Avatar : Turns 2D photographs into a 3D rendering of your face and upper torso using AI.
- Media Sharing : VR-enabled media sharing allows file importing of files from both 2D & 3D media apps.
- Link Invitations : Like Zoom, allows you to share a link and make people join the meeting from it.
- Handy Collaboration Aids : Supports screen share specific apps, and notes scribing using touch.
- Virtual Mirrors : Lets you glance at your avatar like a real mirror.
- Desktop Sharing : Enables showcasing files from desktops to everyone in the room.
- Brett R.Director
I really like the integration of the presentation tools into Spatial along with the avatar creation using your own face in VR, and a floating face above the non-customized avatar. The environments are also very clean. They have also been updating the app very frequently, adding in new features on a regular basis. The app can be a little bit buggy in relation to NFT's at the moment. There was an NFT art gallery that was a space that was created and it had a lot of potentials, but it crashed several of us on our headsets (Quest 2) forcing a hard restart of the device. While not like actually meeting in a room, Spatial gives you a virtual meeting that works very well. It turns out to be a different "kind" of meeting - where you can still get things done, but there is almost a sense of wonder and fun interjected even into the most mundane of meetings. Unfortunately, for some, it can be a bit of a distraction - but like any new type of technology integration, there will be an adjustment phase.
- Verified User in Higher EducationEnterprise(> 1000 emp.)
The graphics are nice. It is good to meet virtually there. Maybe that is useful for them for the NFT side. The hologram effect can be improved. Also, they are not focusing on meeting much now and doing the NFT market. It would have been great if they stuck around and improved Spatial for meetings. We evaluated for our remote meetups and discussions but did not choose Spatial finally.