Augmented and Virtual Reality: the First Wave of 5G Killer Apps

| December 6, 2017

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This white paper will focus on augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), among the most attractive use cases for 5G. These technologies are promising to transform the way content is consumed and communicated, and will no doubt help a wide variety of industries increase productivity and change the way they do business. Workflow assistance and “see-what-Isee” remote interaction and guidance have seen strong uptake already among existing AR rollouts. ABI Research estimates the total AR market will reach US$114 billion by 2021, and the total VR market will reach US$65 billion within the same timeframe

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Mojo Concerts

Mojo Concerts is the largest and best-known concert organizer in the Netherlands. From the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Madonna to U2 and Robbie Williams. From the 'North Sea Jazz Festival' to 'A Campingflight to Lowlands Paradise'. From the Amsterdam Arena to 013 in Tilburg. Thanks to Mojo, everyone has had an unforgettable evening. Mojo organizes between 120 and 150 concerts every year, attracting more than 1.2 million visitors. Mojo started in 1970 with Kralingen, the first major pop festival in the Netherlands.

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Mojo Concerts

Mojo Concerts is the largest and best-known concert organizer in the Netherlands. From the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Madonna to U2 and Robbie Williams. From the 'North Sea Jazz Festival' to 'A Campingflight to Lowlands Paradise'. From the Amsterdam Arena to 013 in Tilburg. Thanks to Mojo, everyone has had an unforgettable evening. Mojo organizes between 120 and 150 concerts every year, attracting more than 1.2 million visitors. Mojo started in 1970 with Kralingen, the first major pop festival in the Netherlands.

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