AR In : Immerse Yourself In The Augmented Reality Environment

| December 19, 2018

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There has been a lot of buzz around the scope of Augmented Reality (AR) for modern workforce training, and how it will revolutionize eLearning. Improving the overall business productivity has always been at the forefront of catering to the pertinent learning needs of all. Modern Learning Management Systems (LMSs) are utilized to support AR technology, which helps to accelerate learning efficiency, improve employee engagement and knowledge retention levels. As per the research by IDC forecast, revenues generated through both these technologies will increase to $9.1 billion this year. Also, enterprises expect VR/AR sales to rise by 95% in 2018 to reach $17.8 billion.Large as well as small enterprises are now leveraging the AR functionality to drive a more competent workforce. By 2021, the market size of AR is expected to reach 215 billion US dollars. Accordingly, there is an expected rise in the overall market potential because of the ease of development and brand awareness among consumers.

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