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VR and AR: Soon to be Seen Virtually Everywhere

Posted January 07, 2017 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

Though the virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) market remains in the toddler technology stage, market research firm IDC estimated the VR and AR market to be $5.2 billion. Chief Analyst Mike Boland points out that the technological shift, which encompasses the VR and AR market growth and development, began with the PC, moved to the internet, and then to the introduction of smartphones.


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01/07/2017 4:40 PM

Back in the 60's, VR and AR were achieved with magic mushrooms.

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01/07/2017 5:40 PM

Still are

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