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Microsoft Mesh - Application and use cases

Updated: Mar 24




Microsoft Mesh can create a culture of immersive experience, enabling interaction in a more and more remote environment at the forefront of the modern workplace.

In a world increasingly reliant on digital communication and collaboration, Microsoft has unveiled an innovative platform that promises to reshape the way we connect and interact across the globe. Microsoft Mesh, a mixed-reality (MR) platform, enables people to collaborate in a common shared digital space, adding 3D dimensions to any remote call and interaction.

With the proliferation of remote work and virtual meetings, people are experiencing "Zoom fatigue." Microsoft Mesh aims to tackle this problem by providing an immersive MR environment that makes virtual meetings and collaboration more engaging and effective. Offering spatial presence, communication can be natural and engaging as attendees interact with 3D holographic or more dynamic content via immersive experiences.


HR onboarding

Remote work can also lead to feelings of disconnection and isolation. Microsoft Mesh enables immersive social interactions through a shared digital space where employees can interact in a more lifelike manner, mitigating the lack of consistent in-person interaction and fostering a sense of togetherness.

For HR departments, the process of onboarding new team members who work remotely can be challenging. With Mesh, new employees can experience a more immersive onboarding process that includes connecting with team members and experiencing company culture.


Designers and engineers

Collaboration and communication are key to an organization’s success, and communicating complex ideas for designers and engineers can be challenging. Mesh provides another level of visual support by providing access to a 3D dimension in a common shared virtual reality (VR) space, enabling designers and engineers to collaborate on the same 3D content.


Product reviews

While Microsoft Mesh still has limitations in terms of single tenancy (“no external users can attend your events”) as well as restrictions in terms of user count per event (16), there are valid use cases for complex product sales as well.

Mesh allows your prospects to get a tangible feeling and virtually explore your products, brand and organization, enhancing their understanding and engagement with products — ultimately leading to higher sales conversion rates.


Impact Mesh can provide to your organization:

  • Enhanced engagement: Virtual meetings in Microsoft Mesh go beyond traditional 2D video calls, creating immersive shared spaces where participants can meet, collaborate and communicate naturally and interact with each other and digital content. This engagement leads to more productive discussions and better outcomes — and is particularly valuable for businesses with remote teams, as it enhances engagement and interaction.

  • Dynamic presentations: The use of 3D holographic content in Mesh meetings improves the quality of presentations and discussions, which can lead to a better understanding of complex topics and improved decision-making.

  • Increased creativity: Immersive environments encourage creativity and brainstorming, which can result in more innovative solutions and ideas being generated during meetings.

  • Championing remote work without sacrificing culture — improved employee satisfaction: By providing remote employees with the opportunity to engage in more immersive and collaborative experiences, Mesh can enhance their job satisfaction, as they feel more connected with and engaged in the company's culture.

  • Enhanced onboarding: New employees can experience the company culture more effectively, even when working remotely, leading to better alignment with organizational values and goals. Mesh allows new employees to connect with colleagues and understand their roles and responsibilities more effectively.

  • Increased employee retention: Providing remote employees with access to cutting-edge technologies like Mesh enables a tangible connection with coworkers and can lead to reduced turnover and associated recruitment costs.

  • Enhanced customer experience: Mesh provides an innovative platform for businesses to engage with customers in an immersive manner. It can be used to demonstrate complex products (e.g., intricate machinery, vehicles or high-tech gadgets) that are challenging to convey using traditional methods, enabling a more detailed and interactive presentation. This can lead to increased customer satisfaction, as they enjoy a more interactive and innovative shopping experience – especially for high end/complex B2B products and sales.

  • Increased sales conversion: The ability to view and interact with 3D product models in a MR environment can boost customer understanding and confidence in purchasing, leading to higher sales conversion rates.

  • Cost reduction: By reducing the need for physical retail spaces and travel-related expenses, businesses can significantly reduce overheads and the cost of sales, improving profitability.

  • Virtual real estate tours: Mesh can offer virtual tours of museums, tourist destinations or real estate; users can explore these spaces as if they were physically present. With Mesh, real estate businesses can achieve more with less travel, allowing showcases/tours of their properties in VR, reducing associated costs.

  • Collaborative design thinking: Sessions can be made more productive and interactive with Mesh. Teams can ideate, prototype and iterate in a shared MR space, promoting creativity and innovation.

  • Data visualization: Complex information is sometimes hard to comprehend. Via data visualization in Mesh's immersive capabilities, businesses can display complex datasets in 3D, facilitating interactions with the datasets (e.g., drilling in and out) and improving analysis and decision-making processes.

  • Engineering design: Engineers and designers can collaborate effectively on projects using Microsoft Mesh. They can visualize 3D models, iterate on designs and simulate real-world scenarios, improving the quality and efficiency of the design and engineering processes.

  • VR training: Mesh can revolutionize remote learning by creating interactive and immersive educational experiences and offering guided virtual training experiences. Students/employees can engage with educators/experts and peers in a more engaging and dynamic way. In some cases, training on machines can also be dangerous; training in MR, the safety component, can be emphasized. These opportunities can be particularly beneficial for industries that require hands-on training, such as healthcare, manufacturing or aviation.

Microsoft Mesh has the potential to produce a range of transformative impacts. From enhancing meeting experiences and engagement to championing remote work and improving customer interactions, the outcomes of implementing Mesh are likely to include improved satisfaction, retention and profitability, while also reducing traditional overhead. We are in the forefront of revolutionizing the way we connect in an increasingly remote world/work environment; this MR platform represents a major step forward in how businesses can adapt to the evolving landscape of remote work and digital customer engagement.

Purposely built atop Microsoft Teams, MESH can create a culture of immersive experience, enabling interaction in a more and more remote environment at the forefront of the modern workplace.

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