# Mixed Reality
Customers are more informed today than ever before. But more than being informed, people gravitate to a personalized experience. How is AR impacting this?
The education industry took a hit during the pandemic. Many struggled to roll out effective learning tools. So, what can we learn from this on both sides?
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In this short video, I talk about the impact of mixed reality and augmented reality today, and how machines are more seamlessly intertwined with digital layers of AI, IoT, and more.
Augmented Reality (AR) has long been perceived as a cool, trendy thing - not really applicable to practical business applications. However, over the last few years, we have seen a shift in how AR has been democratized. AR is now in many areas of everyday use (think Google Maps AR), and in business use (think Microsoft HoloLens). Innovators have already developed AR contact lenses (Mojo Lens). But, the true test will be how AR impacts business through decision making and analytics.
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In this session, Microsoft BizApps MVP Mariano Gomez take an existing Power Apps template, and enhance it to include Mixed Reality (MR) features to quickly estimate a job. This fast-paced session will learn the fundamentals of MR, how to use various MR controls in Power Apps, articulate a business problem into powerful formulas, turning Power Apps templates into usable business applications, deploying an MR app, and much more. If you are adventurous enough, you can bring your own laptop and Power Apps environment to follow along. Session Level: Intermediate