Virtual reality is making its way into the commercial integration industry.
You can find it in arcades, commercial facilities, and simulation applications, such as training for military, first responders and medical professionals. Retail is also a hot spot for VR applications.
According to a D.I.S Consulting Corporation study, the VR market is estimated to grow from $1.37 Billion in 2015 to $33.9 Billion by 2022.
Integrators can use virtual reality as a way to save both time and money through cameras and other tools to create high-fidelity experiences. Integrators can also use it as a way to add value to their businesses as recurring revenue.
Now you can win a chance to try out the virtual reality experience for yourself by entering Commercial Integrator’s Virtual Reality Sweepstakes. Enter today and you can win a Samsung Gear VR headset and controller.
With the Samsung Gear VR headset and controller, you can enjoy 2D, 3D, and 360-degree content by connecting it with your mobile device. You can also view webpages and your own 360-degree images or videos. Connect other devices, such as the included Gear VR controller or other game controllers, with the mobile device for a more immersive experience.
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