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Global augmented reality market to hit $20 billion by 2030
With improvements in technology and design, augmented reality and mixed reality will continue to grow to a market of over $20Bn by 2030.
How DXC is using AR/VR tech for enterprise
DXC integrates augmented reality technology for research and training at water treatment leader Ixom.
Company-X creates new reality for AR & VR technologies
“Pepper Creative and Company-X share some fundamentals that really confirm to me that this decision is the right one,” says Pepper Creative founder Lance Bauerfield.
A quick overview of Microsoft Dynamics in 2019
We quickly explain where Microsoft's business applications unit is at in 2019.
Microsoft HoloLens 2 more 'immersive' than ever
The original HoloLens was released in 2016 but since then, mixed reality has come a long way, according to Microsoft’s Julia White.
Portable virtual reality with a Dell Visor and an Alienware 13 R3
It’s taken a little under two years for acceptable VR to go from a monster desktop PC to a set of equipment that you can fit in your backpack.
Massey Uni and NZVRARA team up to support VR development
“The mixed and virtual reality industry in New Zealand is estimated to double within two years.”
Microsoft unveils their latest mixed reality headsets
With mixed reality, Microsoft seeks to fundamentally improve the way people create, communicate and play...
Weta, Microsoft and HTC team-up at the Wellington centre for mixed reality
Wellington’s virtual and mixed reality centre, Projectr, has officially opened and it has some major partners...
Microsoft announces controllers for mixed reality headsets
Developers have two headsets to choose from: a $300 Acer one and a $329 HP one, both of which are available now for pre-order.
Nokia announces OZO Reality vision for VR
At NAB 2017 in Las Vegas, Nokia will unveil a range of new technologies to its OZO product line-up.
VR standalone devices to see whopping 405% CAGR through 2021
After a content-starved market introduction, virtual reality (VR) is set to flourish off a swath of new and compelling content choices.