This won’t be for everyone, but if you are interested in learning more about Augmented Reality and how it will impact the workplace, there is an online 90-minute course available called AR & The Future of Work and focuses on how Augmented Reality will impact business. It’s geared toward business executives and the referral comes from Kristi Hansen Onkka who did the virtual reality demonstration for CUE in Newport Beach.
AR has generated more hype than revenue for consumer-facing businesses and the enterprise over the past three years, but all that is about to change. IDC says immersive technologies will grow from $11 billion this year to $162 billion by the end of 2020.
But that’s just tech money? What do AR and VR mean to your business? We could write a book answering that question. As a matter of fact, we did. What is important here, is that the changes are about to happen very fast for consumer-facing businesses in particular and other businesses as well. Apple and Google have announced major launches that will put AR in a half-billion iPhones by the end of 2017, and when you add Android, TechCrunch estimates there will be a total of two billion AR-capable handsets by the end of 2018.
Until recently, most businesses, took a wait and see attitude toward AR, but with numbers like these, it is evident, it is time to learn-and-do: That brings us to AR & The Future of Work, a 90-minute live, online class for executives wanting to understand the why and how of getting started.
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