Subscribe AR & Mixed Reality
1Q 2017 | MD-ARSV-101 | Updated Semiannually
This product tracks and examines the augmented and mixed reality ecosystem as the market continues to grow and evolve, highlighting company activity across the value chain and verticals. While not yet an exhaustive list, the company database is updated on a semiannual basis to further expand its coverage, as well as to add new entrants and account for consolidation within the industry. The company database also includes a list of companies that are operating or supporting both virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) applications; this could be discrete AR and VR applications or mixed and/or merged reality functions ...Continue
1Q 2017 | MD-ARVR-103 | Updated Semiannually
This research contains data on the augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) markets. For AR, smart glasses are the primary device type tracked, segmented between binocular (two displays) and monocular (one display) form factors; VR HMDs tracked include tethered, standalone, and mobile-reliant devices. This data includes shipments, install base, device revenues, and value chain revenues for both markets, segmented both by vertical and by region. For AR, verticals include Healthcare, Energy, Manufacturing, Logistics, Education, Media and Entertainment, Government and Military, Retail and Marketing, Transportation, Tourism, Insurance, Sports and Fitness, and Other. For VR, verticals include Education, Gaming, Enterprise, Video, Retail ...Continue
2Q 2017 | IN-4539
New details on the stealth augmented reality (AR) company reveal a potential device release in 2017, but concerns with performance and form factor remain.
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May 4, 2017, noon
Augmented Reality (AR) is beginning to cement a place in the technology ecosystem, but Mixed Reality (MR) has yet to see a notable level of understanding, interest, and implementation. This webinar will outline the differences between MR and the other “X” reality markets—augmented, merged, and virtual—and what these differences mean regarding use cases and opportunities surrounding mixed reality in the space.Register