Though gaming remains at the top of the AR/VR industry list, others are beginning to close the gap. Real estate, for example, is taking advantage of augmented reality through virtual walkthroughs and tours of properties. Users are faced with an interactive digital version of a property under construction by using a VR headset. The user can then track process of construction or remodeling and with the touch of a button see a detailed and explorable environment of the finished project.
Virtual and augmented reality may seem fun for video games and entertainment, but there is a whole world of untapped markets for AR/VR capabilities. From real estate, to retail, to video games and even the military, VR/AR is building opportunities for advancements in some of the largest industries in the world. Take a look at this infographic from Lumus for more on how augmented reality is changing the global markets, what to expect for the coming years in terms of AR/VR technology, and how you can keep up.
Infographic by: lumusvision.com