There was good progress in the combined virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) market in 2017, as a growing user base invested in more content, apps and out-of-home VR entertainment.
Automotive companies and travel agencies are effectively using VR as a marketing tool as well.
The worldwide AR/VR headset market retreated in 2017 primarily due to a decline in shipments of screenless VR viewers.
According to analyst firm ABI Research, the augmented reality hardware market is ripe for innovation and transformation especially in the diverging capability demands for displays coming from divergent consumer and enterprise requirements.
The first virtual reality (VR) playground of its kind in the Philippines, which allows multiple people to play simultaneously in the same game, is set to open in the country this Feb. 24.