Weather Channel Uses Mixed Reality to Demonstrate the Dangers of Hurricane Florence

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Mixed reality is a fairly new development that allows us to experience a broad range of hypothetical scenarios in real time, resulting in powerful simulations.

Unlike its equally effective equivalent of augmented reality, it uses virtual objects to give the appearance that they are existing in the real world. In whatever situation the technology is applied, the results are always surprising.

A recent example involves The Weather Channel’s use of the mixed reality to drive home the point about the seriousness of the storm surge of Hurricane Florence.

The North Carolina Coast has been identified as the most vulnerable area for impact, where water could rise as high as 4 meters

To illustrate this again, meteorologist Erika Navarro used


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