VR and AR represent exciting new technologies which are being improved by the minute
Virtual reality, alongside its little brother, augmented reality, has quickly become a worthwhile topic across the majority of industries. The global VR market anticipates an overall valuation of more than US$26 Billion by the end of 2022 according to a report published by Zion Market Research.
Going further, one of the virtual development companies such as Singapore’s Swag Softare positive that its application span across a multitude of spectrums, encompassing a range of different industries.
Virtual reality development can be applied towards many disciplines – such as gaming, marketing, entertainment, education, engineering, fashion, training, art, simulation and many more.
Hong Kong’s JetOne Motion and their 360 Photography, on the other hand, demonstrate the ways VR is disrupting the commercial photography field, enabling a variety of industry to showcase their products in an immersive, VR context. This allows for an intricate user experience which goes far beyond the typical rendering we are currently used to.