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The move to mixed reality

Creative people in varied disciplines are experiencing the benefits of combining their worlds with those of others. The Canadian office interior design company DIRTT (Doing It Right This Time) is one such example. Katie Jeffery, head of environmental solutions at the firm, explains that it has long allowed clients to slip on Oculus Rift headsets to explore virtual versions of their own offices with DIRTT interiors added. In the past couple of years, though, they've also been able to use mixed reality headsets – such as Microsoft HoloLens – to stand in their real, physical offices with virtual DIRTT interiors laid over the top.


DIRTT Environmental Solutions uses its 3D software to create prefabricated interiors. Each space is tailored to our clients' needs. Manufacturing facilities are located in Phoenix, Savannah and Calgary. DIRTT works with nearly 100 construction partners globally. DIRTT trades on Nasdaq under the symbol “DRTT” and on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “DRT”.