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Spatial is a 3D collaborative space that was created to provide the best virtual reality experience possible when hosting meetings for effective collaboration. The best part about Spatial is that it allows users with and without VR headsets to meet and collaborate.

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  • Brett R.Director
    Review
    4.5

    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.)
    Review
    4.0

    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.

  • Paul L.IT Director
    Review
    4.5

    Easy to use, great team, excellent support. Products are still evolving, but a compelling product in the web3 space Metaverse POV option for exploring potential uses cases.

Negative Comments
  • Brett R.Director
    Review
    4.5

    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.)
    Review
    4.0

    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.

  • Paul L.IT Director
    Review
    4.5

    Easy to use, great team, excellent support. Products are still evolving, but a compelling product in the web3 space Metaverse POV option for exploring potential uses cases.

Capterra
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  • Deborah B.Artist - Curator
    Review
    5.0

    Support at Spatial is great!! It is on a Discord, but, has been easy to access, and any questions we have had about anything that we couldn't find on the FAQ page was quickly resolved.
    The software is easy to use, features are added over time, the experience when people meet up together is remarkably 'real' , especially the 'sound of voices' and how they adjust to situations. For example, start walking away from someone and the sound of your voice is nearly exactly what it would be in a real in-person room. We can use it for one-to-one meetings or group events! With Hosting Tools we can adjust the settings to mute everyone while a speaker is talking. We can select from different settings (spaces with a table or gallery walls, and so on) or upload a customized 'space' (NOTE: I haven't done this. I've only used the free provided environments so far). You can connect a crypto wallet and import NFTs from a marketplace (like OpenSea for example). They have added Polygon (recently) so that is also a great point when an Artist has NFTs on the Polygon (Matic) blockchain. You can upload images and objects (3D model files) into the galleries. Each upload (or NFT import) has the option to use a 'plaque' where the information about the art or sculpture can be summarized with a link to the marketplace to buy, or a link anywhere you would like to provide for more information (One Link for each plaque). We generally link to the 'buy' page, or to the Artist's Link Tree type page (or a bio page profile).
    IF you want a free service, you are stuck with a setting that will allow everyone who visits your gallery (office space, whatever you build there) permission to change things, add things, edit the space. The only way to protect your space from visitors changing / editing, is to upgrade to a premium account (about $25 a month and up). --THE FREE ONCYBER will not allow editing by the visitors but, also will not allow uploading images (You MUST USE NFTs and own them to upload them into an OnCyber gallery). One of the features that limits us is 'guests we invite to events' must create an account on Spatial, connect a wallet, create an avatar (on ReadyPlayer.me), and then connect their ReadyPlayer.me account to Spaitial). Only Then they can enter the galleries. This makes sense that they would want people to have all of this however, there is not a user friendly onboarding process (void of ALL the tech details) for a guest. So, we will need to create something like this and have a separate time/date for guest to get started, or, continue to lose people who become frustrated by the processes. That said, not all artists and art collectors even have Crypto Wallets yet... The Alternative we have used in one event so far: When we know there will be a lot of unprepared guests we have to opt for a platform like ArtPlacer (where guests have nothing special except what they are calling AR - that is simply a process where we can upload a room wall and see how the art will look on it).