Disrupting Reality: Taking Virtual & Augmented Reality to the Enterprise

August 25, 2016

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From touchscreen encounters to “real-world, real-life” immersive experiences, virtual and augmented reality signal a new way of working, communicating and collaborating across the enterprise.Awareness of VR and AR business and consumer solutions has reached a crescendo — resulting in optimistic projections for the market opportunity and a growing list of applications across industries. As SMAC stack (social, mobile, analytics and cloud) technologies democratize computing power and information access, VR and AR hardware and software will strengthen enterprise-to-employee and enterprise-toconsumer connectivity and interactions, including employee collaboration, training and marketing.

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