Collaborate from anywhere in Augmented Reality

Spatial turns the space around you into a shared augmented workplace. Remote users can collaborate, search, brainstorm and share content as if they were in the same room.

Virtually feel face to face with lifelike avatars and shared walls.

Rich knowledge work tools let your team fill a room with ideas.

Seamlessly extend content from your PC and phone into AR.

Meet with anyone, anywhere in the world as if you were in the same room. Your meetings will jump to life with spatial audio and 3d telepresence that feels like being face to face.

Lifelike presence from just a 2D photo, you'll forget they're not there

Many rooms feel like one allowing for shared body language

Join a Spatial meeting from HoloLens, MagicLeap, VR, PC or Phone

Visualize and immerse yourself in any topic with just the lift of your finger. Share and organize 3d models, videos, docs, images, websites. Your work is automatically saved so you can revisit from any device.

Browse and organize tabs at room scale, immerse yourself in a topic

Words come to life with 3D models and images, visualizing your thoughts

All your work is saved for later to view again in another environment

Spatial lets you use extend your computer or phone by using the space around you. Virtualize any content on your phone or computer into our immersive digital workspace.

Drag and drop photos, docs or 3D models from our web app

Live windows jump off your screen and into the space around you

Share photos and write or scribble sticky notes

Companies like Ford X are piloting Spatial to unify their distributed workforce.


I think Spatial, or a technology like it, will eventually redefine our reality, making this company worth watching. But for now, it may just change your need to get on a plane, and maybe that's enough.

—Rob Enderle, IT Business Edge


I have never seen anything quite like Spatial. It's extraordinary. It's disruptive. They seem to have found the sweet spot of usability on our bandwidth constrained world. I'll be very interested to see what uses cases develop in, and beyond, the conference room.

—Charlie Fink, Forbes


What I thought was intriguing was that Agarawala was able to search for things on the web directly from the HoloLens and brought image results into the augmented reality environment by simply dragging and dropping.

—Nicole Lee, Engadget


What sets Spatial apart is that it's being led by some of the most talented user interface designers working today.

—Mark Wilson, Fast Company


Spatial could also become a viable solution for movie studios looking for more secure solutions for their storyboarding—something that's of particular concern for unannounced projects that could get leaked by rogue cleaning staff, or anyone else equipped with a cell phone camera.

—Janko Roettgers, Variety


While many companies are focused on games and entertainment, Spatial is looking at how everyday people can use AR for everyday work purposes.

—Megan Rose Dickey, TechCrunch