Virtual Reality is becoming more and more important in our society. But you do have to wonder, what implications will it bring in front for the next 3-4 years? What can we expect from it? Let’s find out!
It’s easy to scale
No matter if you use VR for entertainment or real life simulations, you always need to scale it according to your needs. The latest VR products allow you to do that already, but the upcoming versions or new models will come with even more new features. Scaling VR is imperative and it will bring in a better sense of immersion.
It will be very affordable
While the phone based VR headsets are quite affordable, the top products that pertain to VR are a bit more expensive and out of regular consumer reach. By 2020 however, we can expect these products to be less and less expensive. From here to having the opportunity to spend less for high-quality VR will be one small step!
It can help save lives
A lot of medical centers started to use VR in 2016, as this can help treat suffering patients. This is very important to focus on, as VR can help alleviate pain and it can also be used for treating dementia, among many other similar problems. It’s safe to say that more and more medical centers will employ the use of VR, which is why it can become a great tool in the healthcare sector.
It will be pushed to other industries
Even if the number of industries that use VR at this point is rather low, you will see that VR will end up being more common in various other industries as well. So, we can expect a wide range of uses for VR in the next few years, as the technology becomes cheaper and more affordable. Our company (Tech From Vets) plans to utilize VR for real estate and tourism. VR is a great addition to many industries to ensure truly immersive experiences.
It became a very important industry on its own
Ever since its launch, VR has managed to gain the attention of many people. In 2016 alone, the industry was worth around $1 billion, and we can expect the number to double or even triple in the near future.
As you can see, VR is becoming more and more important, so we can expect its importance to grow in the next few years significantly. Hopefully, this will happen because VR is a game changer for many industries!