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Spatial Computing

Your coaching for immersive technologies

Many companies see Spatial Computing as an up-and-coming technology of the future. If they fail to get started on time, there is a real risk of being at a competitive disadvantage compared to more advanced competitors. But this is precisely the challenge: how can spatial computing be integrated into the product and service offering if the technological know-how does not (yet) exist in-house?

SPAC.Design supports companies with an adapted design thinking workshop and customized coaching solutions for a successful entry into the world of spatial computing.

Augmented reality




Virtual reality

Spatial Computing


Extended reality


Mixed reality

Immersive technologies

There are many different terms that more or less overlap. We place  Spatial Computing  at the center of our work - the term that fully represents the technology.

 Why is Spatial Computing so important? 

In recent decades, two-dimensional screens have increasingly captured the attention of our society, limiting our three-dimensional life and physical reality. Spatial computing is reversing this trend: Our three-dimensional environment is augmented by three-dimensional displays. Spatial computing has the great potential to bring us back to physical reality and will therefore have an impact on all areas of our society.

Spatial Computing

Spatial Computing Coachings




Spatial Computing Design

What happens when we combine the two?

We offer integrated Coaching from strategy to design to support you in the use of Spatial Computing.

We also offer Design Thinking Coachings for projects in other technology areas.

The core of our concept is the SPAC Workshop - a Design Thinking workshop that accompanies you from understanding the technology via developing ideas to a self-developed first prototype.


Jan Christiansen

I'm Jan, founder of SPAC.Design and I look forward to accompanying you and your colleagues on your journey into the spheres of Spatial Computing.


My goal is to show other people the potential of virtual and augmented reality and thus contribute to making the technology great.

Jan Christiansen
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