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You might have seen the most well known example, Pokemon Go, dropping a Charmander into your living room. Ikea have also done this amazingly with their shopping app. While AR is a slow starter, as the experience moves into affordable headsets like VR, by 2025 it’s expected to be growing at around 55% per year and many analysts estimate that AR will be a bigger category than VR in it’s headset form factor.
This is a super exciting time for virtual reality. It’s coming out from tech geeks bedrooms and entering the real world as arcades, business tools, exhibition magnets, training simulators and a heap of other powerful uses.
The hardware is developing at a rapid pace, and we’re really just at the start of what’s visually possible to experience with these devices. The
You can expect some clear progressions when it comes to VR in 2020, and businesses need to embrace this so that they do not risk getting left behind.