AUGMENTED AND VIRTUAL REALITY TRENDS 2019

| March 26, 2019

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Augmented reality and virtual reality are both buzzwords today. They represent two sides of the same coin that seeks to integrate digital data into the user’s physical environment, thereby allowing them to enter a hitherto inaccessible world. Such technology has been made popular by-products as the Pokémon GO.Currently, there are over 82 million virtual reality (VR) devices around the world. Augmented reality (AR) is what is expected to drive the industry in the near future. The AR capacity is being incorporated into smartphone devices and will quickly raise this number to about 3 billion worldwide.

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