Funding Is Top Roadblock to AR & VR in Schools

| April 22, 2019

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The education sector is forecast to spend more than $6 billion annually on augmented and virtual reality technologies by 2023. Funding for the technologies remains a major hurdle to adoption, but price points for equipment are dropping rapidly, according to a new market forecast from ABI Research.According to the report, “Augmented and Virtual Reality in Education,” the market for augmented reality in education will hit $5.3 billion in 2023, with the market for virtual reality head-mounted displays trailing at $640 million.

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