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Mixed Reality (MR) is a term that refers to a combination of both virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). It involves the integration of digital information with the user's environment in real-time. This can include the overlay of virtual objects in the real world, as well as the ability for users to interact with those objects. There are several different types of MR, including Augmented Reality, Augmented Virtuality, and Virtuality Continuum which can be categorized based on the degree of immersion and interaction with the virtual and real world.

There are several examples of Mixed Reality (MR) currently in use or under development. Some examples include:

1. Smart Glasses: These are wearable devices that overlay digital information on the user's view of the real world. They can be used for tasks such as navigation, language translation, and displaying information about the environment.

2. Head-Mounted Displays (HMDs): These are devices that are worn on the head and provide a fully immersive MR experience. They can be used for gaming, training simulations, and remote collaboration.

3. Medical and surgical training: MR is being used to create realistic simulations for medical and surgical training.

4. Industrial and manufacturing: MR can be used to provide workers with real-time information about the machinery and equipment they are working on, improving efficiency and reducing downtime.

5. Educational and entertainment purposes: MR can be used for creating interactive museum exhibits, theme park rides, and other immersive experiences.

6. Retail and e-commerce: MR can be used to create virtual product demonstrations, allowing customers to see how a product will look in their home before they buy it.

7. Design and Architecture: MR can be used to create virtual walkthroughs of buildings, allowing architects and designers to get a sense of how a space will look and feel before it is built.

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