Popular stories from the last week you may have missed
It’s been another fantastic week in the world of extended reality for enterprise, and we’ve been keeping your finger on the pulse of all the latest updates. Over the last 7 days we’ve covered a wide range of topics including Sky’s “immersive wars” and a report that claims the AR headset market will reach $13.4B by 2024.
Though XR for enterprise is still a relatively new marketplace, the huge growth and innovation we’re already seeing even at this early stage proves the technology will have a huge impact on the future of the business world.
If you didn’t get chance to see all of our stories from last week, make sure you check out our five biggest posts in the list below.
It’s no secret that XR is transforming industries and changing the way people communicate in both the enterprise and the consumer spaces – and SKY is the perfect example of how this is happening.
In this exclusive interview with SKY’s Head of Immersive, Matt McCartney, XR Today explores the impact augmented reality and virtual reality is making on the broadcasting space and the enterprise in general.
According to many leaders in the XR for enterprise space, the RealWear HMT-1 is the best, most durable industrial-grade AR headset available in the marketplace today.
Considering all the great things we’d heard from a wide variety of sources, we decided to test the product for ourselves to determine what it is that makes this device so special. Suffice to say, we were happy with what we found and agree that it will take something special to knock this industrial-grade headset of the top spot in the future.
Many of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs and key figures from the technology space tell us that AR smart glasses will replace the smartphone in the enterprise in the near future – but why exactly?
To answer that question, XR Today invited Jakub Korcynski, a company that builds XR solutions exclusively for the enterprise, to share his thoughts on why augmented reality smart glasses are so important.
Along with several thought leadership pieces on why AR and VR technologies are growing at an electric pace, we also spent some time last week searching for facts.
In this post, we searched though the latest stats and insights that claimed the head worn AR market will reach $13.4 Billion by 2024, proving the technology will have a huge impact on the futures of both the consumer and enterprise markets.
Alongside augmented reality and virtual reality, mixed reality technologies are also playing a key role in transforming the enterprise – especially in the industrial space.
To understand why this is, we invited Yan Simard, CEO at Kognitive Spark, a popular mixed reality platform for industrial business, to explain how MR is revolutionizing industrial operations on multiple levels.
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