VR And AR Technology Use Post-COVID

A few months ago, few people thought that we’d be living in a pandemic-stricken world for very long. As the virus continues to surge in the United States, however, we’re settling into the reality that this crisis will continue to loom large throughout 2020 and probably into 2021. Because of this, people are starting to get creative with how they work, play, and socialize while minimizing contact. Video chat has become a staple for team meetings and drinks with friends, and we’re all learning to live our lives virtually. That shift could mean big things for the VR (Virtual Reality) and AR (Augmented Reality) industries in the years to come. Right now, the market is crying out for more fulfilling virtual experiences. Will there be a boom in the demand and applications of VR and AR after COVID-19 as a result? Here are some of the possibilities.

Current State Of AR/VR Market

If you’ve been following the AR/VR market to any degree, it might seem like things have cooled off a little recently. A few years ago, VR gaming headsets, like the Oculus and the Vive, were all over the media, Pokémon Go was all the rage, and the promise of VR concerts and sporting events was on the horizon.

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