Video consumption is at an all-time high and will not be slowing down any time soon. 96% of B2B organizations use video marketing in some capacity, of which 73% report positive ROI. Marketers will continue to invest in video content and spend countless hours developing video strategies, but it’s time to start thinking about what’s next in the video landscape.
Virtual Reality Cath Lab - YouTube 360 Video and Cardboard VR
Cardboard VR is an obvious choice for initial exploration of the Virtual Reality environment. A platform developed by Google for use with a head mount for a smartphone and named for its fold-out cardboard viewer, the platform was created as a low-cost system to stimulate interest and development of Virtual Reality applications. Cardboard VR ports to both Android and iOS platforms.
The beginning of 2017 is a perfect time to take stock of data analytics projects—where you’ve been in the past year, where you want to go in 2018, and how your projects can be counted among those estimated 40% of projects that go beyond piloting and experimentation in 2017.
The Business Value of Speed - The Next Evolution in Big Data Environments
As new technologies emerge, it is critical to evaluate their use from a business perspective. As part of exploring the business case for augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) in medicine, we conducted a survey in partnership with the Society for American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES).
Denver Startup Week 2016 is right around the corner – September 12th-16th.
Us tech marketers and startups in Colorado are downright spoiled. In just five days you can absorb a wealth of insight, experience and innovation – for FREE and right here, in our backyard (or downtown to be more accurate).
When it comes to selecting a platform for your next Augmented Reality (AR) or Virtual Reality (VR) project, it’s important to know your options. Weighing the pros and cons of each, you are better prepared to make smart choices in how you select the right AR VR tools for your project.
The Explosion of AR/VR Business Potential
It’s been widely established that augmented and virtual reality will be the “next big thing” from a technology standpoint to gain widespread adoption and change how we interact with our world. In fact Goldman Sachs projects that the revenue forecast for AR/VR to hit $80 billion by 2025.