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Startup uses spatial intelligence tech to build 'mirror worlds'

Deep Mirror creates virtual 3D city to design Pearl Bay infrastructure project

A "mirror world" is a three-dimensional digital duplicate of real world objects, such as land, roads and buildings. (Photo courtesy of Deep Mirror)

BEIJING -- As more 5G mobile networks come online and artificial intelligence matures, a relatively new technology is emerging that enhances views of the real world by linking spatial elements, images and data.

Called spatial intelligence technology, Chinese startup Deep Mirror is using it to create a "mirror world" -- a three-dimensional digital duplicate of environmental features such as land, roads and buildings that can be shared by multiple users in real time.

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