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The European market for VR, AR, and MR is competing with those in the US and Asia, according to a new report by VR Intelligence and SuperData.

With the help of industry experts from Epic, KLM and nDreams, the free report explores the biggest opportunities for driving mass adoption on the content, across consumer and enterprise.

The white paper features:

  • Front line insight from senior leaders @ Unreal Engine, KLM and nDreams + brand new data from SuperData
  • Exclusive details on growing and emerging projects in the European market
  • The reasons businesses are (or are not) focusing on the European market
  • Details on which leading companies are driving the European market and why they are ahead

The white paper can be downloaded for free from here: http://bit.ly/2nt3rB3.

Jasmine Kees, Project Director at VR Intelligence, said, “With this report, we’ve tried to give both a quantitative and qualitative overview of the European VR, AR and MR market. It’s encouraging to see these figures from SuperData, particularly when backed up with such positive words from Epic, KLM and nDreams, gearing us up nicely for VRX Europe in Amsterdam this May”.

The white paper can be downloaded for free from here: http://bit.ly/2nt3rB3.

For more on VRX Europe 2018 (Amsterdam, May 17-18): http://events.vr-intelligence.com/europe/.


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