According to Goldman Sachs, Virtulal Reality and Augmented Reality will be a $35 billion annual business in 9 years.
Virtual reality may have gotten off to a rocky start this week with delays and delivery issues for the two early leaders, Facebook’s Oculus Rift and HTC’s Vive, but don’t let that sour you on the idea.
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