Report: VR market to reach $38bil by 2026

Hypergrid Business

The US virtual reality market revenues will reach $38 billion in annual revenues by 2026, after an “inflection zone” over the next five years, according to Greenlight Insights, Inc.

An Interesting Infographic Gives Glimpses into the Possible Future of VR Technology

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By 2026, according to the infographic, VR headsets will look like sunglasses. RS Components, a UK-based electronics company, has recently compiled an infographic of predictions for VR technology by 2050.

2017 VR Industry Report to Bring Data-driven Insights & Forecasts That Cut Through the Hype

Road to VR

This year’s report will feature historical data on headset shipments and global forecasts through 2026. Greenlight Insights and Road to VR are teaming up once again to co-author a comprehensive report on the VR industry which will provide global forecasts, analysis, and best practices.

The Biggest Oculus, SteamVR And Windows Releases OF The Week 10/22/17

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This Oculus Studios-funded short story depicts a desperate 2026 in which the world is on the brink of collapse thanks to climate change. Welcome to our new list format!

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Try Walking In Stormtroopers Boots

VRWorld

Virtual reality as a whole is expected to be a $38 billion industry by 2026, but consumer VR has gotten off to a slow start since the first hardware hit store shelves in 2015.

VR And Cloud Gaming Frenzy Seizes MWC As 5G Hype Builds

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The Research and Reports firm projects the global cloud gaming market will grow to $6.226 billion by 2026, up from $765 million in 2017. With 5G networks rolling out, the telecom industry and its partners are trying to identify use cases that will justify the trillions of dollars they are spending on this infrastructure. MWC Barcelona 19 this week left little doubt what many believe to be the answer: virtual reality and cloud gaming.

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Empowering the Power Sector: The Use of Wearable and Immersive Tech in Utilities

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to double by 2026. Today’s power and utility companies are navigating a period of uncertainty: Political, environmental and social pressures are making it critical for the power sector to evolve the technology and business models by which it has traditionally operated.