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Research firm IDC today weighs in on the market for virtual reality and augmented reality, predicting that despite somewhat limited sales to date of things such as Sony’s (SNE) “PlayStation 4” with “PSVR” headset, that the market is set to soar in coming years. IDC last offered its views on the matter three weeks ago, when it reported that consumers are “cautious” about buying into VR and AR. In today’s report, the firm opines that total sales of VR and AR headsets, including the PSVR, but also Facebook’s (FB) Oculus unit’s “Rift” unit, and HTC’s (2498TW) “Vive” headset, and, presumably, devices such as Vuzix’s (VUZI) augmented-reality headset, will sell collectively about 10 million devices this year.
Taiwanese consumer electronics maker HTC Corp on Tuesday said its virtual reality (VR) headset will be compatible with Apple Inc's High Sierra operating system (OS), which is scheduled for release later this year. HTC's Vive headset works in conjunction with Valve's SteamVR virtual reality system, and Apple is working with Valve to make SteamVR compatible with its new OS, the U.S. tech firm said in a separate statement on Monday.
Augmented and virtual reality , the hot-and-happening technologies of our age, could be gaining momentum, according to recent research and the IDC . A recent IDC release showed worldwide shipments of AR ...