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5 Industries that are using AR/VR tools the most

1 year ago


Augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) are powerful tools for organizations to improve their business processes and cut costs by having the ability to train employees remotely, collaborate across teams more efficiently, visualize data in new ways, and much more.

AR and VR are becoming more widespread in the business world. According to IDC, the global AR/VR market is expected to increase from $14.3 billion to $162 billion by 2025.   

While some industries have been quicker than others to adopt this technology, there is no doubt that it will keep spreading across businesses of all types. Here are five industries where AR/VR technology is being used right now:


Construction is a field that has been using AR/VR tools for years. These technologies are used to plan and design buildings, building materials, equipment, and maintenance. They can also be used to create virtual models of existing structures so that you can see how they will look before construction begins. 

AR/VR software has been around since the early 2000s, but it wasn't until recently that we saw it take off as an industry-wide tool. One reason why this technology has become so popular in construction is that it helps people visualize what something will look like before they make any investments in their business or project.

Construction and architecture are some of the most popular industries for AR/VR tools. These industries use virtual reality to see how buildings will look when finished, which can help architects make adjustments before construction begins. It's also used in training programs for construction workers, who can simulate dangerous situations like fires or earthquakes to practice their responses before they happen. 

Additionally, VR can show how a building will look in different weather conditions--for example, if it rains heavily on your house during its first year after construction is complete. You want to know what kind of damage might occur as a result of this exposure (or even just whether or not there would be any). 


AR and VR are being used in education to help students learn. AR/VR can be used to teach students about science, technology, engineering, and math subjects--and it's easier than ever before, thanks to improved affordability! 

They can be used in the classroom, or they can be used at home by students who want to learn more about a topic that interests them. Teachers can also use AR/VR tools to help teach their students by creating interactive lessons that allow them to see how things work without actually doing it themselves. 

Some teachers use these tools during lessons and others after school hours when they're working on projects together with their classes. Other educators have found success incorporating AR/VR into their curriculum so that kids get excited about learning new things every day! 


In manufacturing, it's becoming increasingly common to use 3D printing and virtual reality tools to improve efficiency and quality. 

Augmented reality is also used in manufacturing to provide workers with information on the go. For example, some companies have created apps that allow employees at different sites or on the factory floor to access real-time data about their work environment. This can include information about production schedules or equipment status. Hence, they know what to do next without someone else communicating this information manually (which would take time away from their primary tasks).  

It's not just common knowledge that augmented reality helps provide workers with important information; it's also becoming increasingly clear how using AR might save money by reducing expenses explicitly related to training new hires who don't already have experience working in specific industries like manufacturing before joining one company over another one where these skills are needed immediately upon starting employment there instead of requiring additional training later down the road after getting hired first thing Monday at 8 am sharp!  


Retail is one of the most apparent industries to adopt AR/VR tools because it's an environment where customers must decide what they want and how much it costs. The more information you can provide in a way that's easy to access, the better off your business will be.

Many retailers in both brick-and-mortar stores and online marketplaces like Amazon are already using AR/VR tools. For example:

Customers can use VR headsets while shopping at Walmart stores to see how furniture looks in their home before buying it--or even try out different pieces together (like placing two chairs side by side).  This helps customers visualize how items will fit into their space before purchasing.* Employees at Lowe's Home Improvement Stores use AR glasses that show instructions on assembling certain products, such as cabinets or appliances.* Designers at Apple use an app called SketchUp Reality which allows them to create 3D models using natural world objects such as tables or chairs instead of just drawing lines on paper!

AR/VR continues to take over different industries

There are no limitations on how excellent AR/VR tools can be. It is believed that any industry can benefit from its magnificent powers. Here we have listed five sectors that have already heavily integrated AR/VR; however, many other industries worldwide are trying to increase their productivity through these technologies. We are sure that AR/VR still has undiscovered potential, and they can one day change each aspect of our everyday lives - making learning, and working easier and mental and physical healthcare more accessible for everyone around the globe. 

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