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Virtual Reality: Red Hot But How Do Consumers Feel?

ARtillry, a publication and intelligence firm for augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), is out with a new report which uncovers consumer VR usage and sentiment. Working closely with Thrive Analytics’ Virtual Reality Monitor, ARtillry authored survey questions as well as today’s narrative report. Highlights include content’s place as the most desired area of … The post Virtual Reality: Red Hot But How Do Consumers Feel? appeared first on Mobile Marketing Watch.
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