In trying times, often the best ideas are the most creative. With many companies suffering due to current health and economic issues, entrepreneurs and business leaders around the world are having to think outside the box to make ends meet.
One of these leaders I’ve had the privilege of conversing with recently is an innovator employed by the University of Buffalo. In our discussion, we talked about the difference between virtual and augmented reality in terms of connection, translation, and leveraged technology. We also talked about how this dichotomy can be a valuable concept when teamed with a conference app like Zoom and interactive platforms allowing participants to engage content options in virtual rooms.