Virtual and augmented reality headsets may currently still be a novelty in the healthcare realm, but they have the potential to completely transform how surgeons operate
The events industry keeps getting bigger, but is famously slow to evolve. However, forward-thinking planners are trying to shift the paradigm, with new technologies promising to disrupt the guest experience
With the ability to enhance communication across continents, extended reality is a boost for remote working and increased flexibility within organisations
In the not-to-distant future, it will be commonplace to see people wearing augmented reality (AR) glasses or virtual reality (VR) headsets, walking the streets, waiting at bus stops or sat in offices
Coupled with data from the internet of things, extended reality is changing the way people work and driving industrial innovation
Return on investment in reality technologies can be protracted, such are the lengthy development times
What are the main obstacles when adopting extended reality and how can you overcome them?
The significant potential of reality technologies should not be lost in past hype and disappointment