In regard to marketing over the next 12 months, do you think AR or VR will have a bigger impact on success?





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CSO, CMO, Self-employed
AR has a lot more practical use than VR in the short term, but neither is quite ready for end-user adoption yet and likely not in the next 12 months. How nice will it be when you get step-by-step instructions on how to fix something by hovering over it with your phone? A lot of possibilities for AR development making big strides in the next 3 to 5 years.
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Community User in Software, 10,001+ employees

Interesting addition! I hadn't thought of all the ways that AR can be applied to help day by day. I wonder who will end up creating that sort of content. Perhaps we will have an entirely new wave of content creators who specialize in AR/VR content the way we currently have folks who specialize in other kinds of content. 

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