Established three years ago with the backing of Innovate UK, Immerse UK is the primary industry body for the immersive technology sector. Its aim is to support growth and innovation throughout the immersive tech world – which includes products such as augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) – as well as helping to inform public policy in the area. Jeremy Dalton, who works for professional services firm PwC as head of AR/VR, sits on the Immerse UK advisory board, he says that “Government has only dabbled with augmented and virtual reality so far, but the technology has a range of potential use cases.” And he picks out training, from across all sectors, as one of the leading use cases for organisations adopting AR/VR tools. Read his full analysis in Public Technology.net
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2 Apr 2020 02:00
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