The coronavirus crisis is changing society. Some industries are forced to involuntary hibernation, others gained the opportunity to accelerate growth. The latter include also virtual browsing technology, which currently helps especially the real estates and the office industry.
Imagine sitting in a lobby with a colleague or client, sipping coffee, and having colored bubbles levitating over your head. This is what it looks like in the foyer of investment company Dexus right now. “Brainwaves” play with user's brain activity and is now displayed at the company's headquarters in Sydney - and is open to the public.
Will the future see every meeting shifted into virtual space? AV MEDIA marketing manager Jiří Plátek answers this question and more in his interview for #MORETHANOFFICE.
Why will English decline as an international business language? Who should design collaborative spaces? Why are office desks getting smaller? Read on to check out our interview with Rainer Bogner, Lead Country Manager at ExxonMobil BSC Czechia.
Most of us connect virtual and augmented reality with hyper-realistic illusions — with computer games. But real estate developers are beginning to use them for something very real: to better imagine and present their projects. In the commercial sector, they can help employers to make the very best pick of office spaces — the spaces where they will be working and spending a significant part of their life.