AR and VR are about to change the way you work, so get ready

| December 4, 2019

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There is more to augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) than the hype: according to recent research by PwC, wider adoption of the technologies is going to add £1.5 trillion to the world economy by 2030. We've been promised that AR and VR are going to finally become mainstream technologies for at least a decade and probably more. And right now usage is still at the niche and novelty stage (admittedly spectacular and occasionally tentacular), despite the efforts of big tech companies like Facebook, Microsoft and Google, which have been pouring billions into research.

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