Teleportation may not be a reality just yet, but immersive experiences through technologies like virtual and augmented reality are taking us to far away places and making distance a thing of the past. Extended reality is the first technology to “relocate” people in time and space, and we are here for it.
As immersive experiences spread across industries, the fundamental changes to enterprise and society are clear: the importance of place is disappearing.
of executives believe it will be important to leverage XR solutions to close the gap of physical distance when engaging with employees and customers.
of executives state it is very important for their organizations to be a pioneer in XR solutions.
Leaders are using XR to address some of the biggest pain points in enterprise. Whether it’s workforce training, day-to-day productivity, or immersive customer experiences, extended reality offers the opportunity to redesign business without the limiting factor of distance.
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Through immersive experiences, businesses can tap expertise in thousands of skills from anywhere in the world. Across industries and applications, immersive experiences are pushing companies to not only think differently about what is possible, but also to create new solutions that bypass the distance-based challenges they face today.
Find out more about the opportunities and challenges of extended reality, and what’s possible without the limitations of distance.
Our SlideShare shows how leading companies are putting immersive experiences to use today, and how they’ll revolutionize industries in the future.
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