The next five to ten years will be decisive for virtual reality. While consumers today feel a bit intimidated by the price of VR gaming, the interest in the industry is far from going flat.
Virtual reality is steadily finding its niche in the market and begin to make an impact on the business world. Robert Bryan and Adam Bullas from Opace, a Birmingham-based digital marketing agency, have recently published detailed research on the possible intersections of VR and the business. Here are the key takeaways: