Forget VR and AR, Mixed Reality is The Future

| March 21, 2019

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A lot of tech consumers immediately jumped into the bandwagon that was Pokemon Go as its much-awaited release finally happened during 2016. This was pretty understandable as the game had popularized the words “Virtual Reality” and “Augmented Reality” to casual consumers. 016 also marked the actual penetration of Virtual Reality (VR) headsets into the market as companies like HTC and Oculus released their VR environments. Heck, even Sony fully jumped into it. But the truth is, VR and AR won’t probably even matter in 2017 as the technology is moving forward into something easier to digest – Mixed Reality.

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