10 episodes

We host one on one interviews exploring the businesses and individuals that are defining the applications of spatial computing. We aim to show you how spatial computing can change your business and your life—not a decade from now, not in a few years, but today.

The Spatial Reality Podcast EveryPoint

    • Technology
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

We host one on one interviews exploring the businesses and individuals that are defining the applications of spatial computing. We aim to show you how spatial computing can change your business and your life—not a decade from now, not in a few years, but today.

    The truth about spatial AI. With Baptiste Tripard

    The truth about spatial AI. With Baptiste Tripard

    AI can do incredible things with spatial data. But it's also limited in ways you'd never predict. 
    Baptiste Tripard, CMO of French startup Alteia, is here to explain how AI can extract value from your lidar, satellite, nerf, and other kinds of spatial data. Bonus: The best advice you'll ever hear about setting yourself up for success with AI.

    • 39 min
    Will the iPhone eat lidar’s lunch? On next steps in 3D capture. With Noah Eckhous

    Will the iPhone eat lidar’s lunch? On next steps in 3D capture. With Noah Eckhous

    Will lidar remain the go-to method for pro-grade 3D models? Or will the iPhone eat its lunch? What will the next five years look like for 3D capture? NavVis senior customer success manager Noah Eckhous weighs in -- and the answers may surprise you.

    • 33 min
    Is spatial tech really panning out for enterprise? With Bill Emison

    Is spatial tech really panning out for enterprise? With Bill Emison

    Spatial computing is already doing big things for leading commercial enterprises, so what's holding back the next wave of adoption? Business consultant Bill Emison offers an overview of the challenges (and potential technical solutions) defining this moment in spatial tech for commercial users.

    • 32 min
    The killer app is closer than you think. With Sean Gorman

    The killer app is closer than you think. With Sean Gorman

    Major players are turning to NeRFs, satellites, and even crowdsourcing to make spatial computing and AR an indispensable part of your life. Sean Gorman, formerly of Snap and Pixel8Earth, talks us through the tech innovations behind the mythical killer app — and offers the inside track on what that app could be for businesses and consumers.

    • 35 min
    Why did Tech Titans Google, Microsoft, and Apple join the OGC? With Nadine Alameh

    Why did Tech Titans Google, Microsoft, and Apple join the OGC? With Nadine Alameh

    A laundry list of today's most innovative spatial computing companies have joined the ranks of the 30-year-old Open Geospatial Consortium. Get an inside perspective from OGC's CEO Nadine Alameh on why big tech is buying in -- and how it could affect you.

    • 30 min
    A spatial-data utopia in construction. With Andy Evans

    A spatial-data utopia in construction. With Andy Evans

    We're held back by a "disconnect between what the techies know and what the industry knows," says Andy Evans of the Construction Verification Initiative. And that means there's only one way to build the construction metaverse everyone dreams of.

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Klangurteil ,

Super valuable to learn about the space. Highly recommended.

Sean has a wonderful way to lead the conversations with thoughtful questions and a great ratio of guest speaking vs host. I’m learning a lot in every episode and can’t wait for more. This is a keeper.

JohnnySky ,

Thank you for this Podcast!!

I absolutely love the podcast! I’m here having conversations with you guys as if I were talking to you in person some type of dissonance/consonance that I only get when I really like the content I’m listening too! Brilliant thank you!

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