Did you see the Microsoft Mesh announcements during Build about avatars and immersive spaces? What do you think: are you ready for these kinds of VR experiences for work? (Pick any option that applies to you)

I’d use an avatar16%

I’m eager to try immersive meetings67%

I’m not personally interested in using avatars or immersive meetings49%

No; a new VR tool doesn’t interest me at all4%


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Global Head of AI, Data & Analytics in Software, 10,001+ employees
I think people are thinking of technology like avatars and immersive meetings the wrong way.
The way i see avatars is a way of augmenting engagement and interaction over virtual mediums and removing un-equitable environments. 
Because the avatar will replicate your facial features and body language, you're getting those additional communication feeds. but you can build the avatar to showcase the identity that they identify with, not necessarily what they look like. This could be done humorously or it could be done as a way of building deeper connection's. 
altogether a really interesting future ahead of us   

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