The futuristic technologies (Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality) have gathered enough attention and popularity to be acknowledged by governments from all across the globe. This has led to a tremendously increased demand for these two technologies. Almost every other business is trying to get its hands on VR and AR.
With that said, time changes and trends fade away. Some of the hottest trends 10 years back have no significance in current times as such trends have failed to adapt according to the ever-changing needs and demands of the people.
How are VR and AR going to tackle such a situation, or will they too fail relentlessly? Based on current situations, let’s see what can we expect from these two godsend technologies in the future:
- More VR/AR integrations into Existing Applications
As VR/AR continues its quest to transform industries, the hype around these two technologies is getting real. Digital platforms from around the world are turning to VR and AR as a standard user experience. This has led veteran developers to create various useful toolkits surrounding the technology.
These toolkits only serve to allow for simpler and faster VR/AR integration into existing applications, thereby making it easy to develop and approach VR/AR applications. As a result, such applications now don’t require extreme expertise to develop, expanding their accessibility marginally.
- Easy Accessibility will Lead to More Adoption
Time has changed and so has technology. Unlike the earlier days of VR/AR where the technologies were too complex to be used by an average person, the rise of toolkits and user-friendly features have made VR/AR accessible than ever. They don’t require highly-specialized individuals to facilitate the experience anymore.
These technologies have travelled from being novelties and impractical to general and user-friendly. This transformation has only been possible due to the continued efforts of developers to make accessing VR and AR a commonplace experience. As the technology becomes more refined and accessible, its adoption will increase dramatically alongside demand.
However, while one cannot tell what the future has on hold for such technologies, current trends directly point towards sustainable growth.
- The ever-growing Hype around VR/AR will Create More Skilled Developers
Developers from all across the world are emerging each day and working tirelessly to make VR and AR feasible for the masses. The number of skilled developers for such technologies is destined to increase tremendously in the future, thanks to all the excitement and hype these technologies have managed to induce.
Nevertheless, all this will result in more optimized and useful features in VR/AR, making even small-scale businesses acknowledge their power and efficacy. This will lead to a bright future for VR and AR.
Who knows whether such cutting-edge technologies will reach the masses in the future. However, if things go the way they’re supposed to, the influence of VR and AR will completely transform the design industry into something else.
The transformation has already begun, with newer and more skilled developers emerging each day, it won’t take us long to truly perfect VR and AR down to their tiniest details. Meanwhile, conventional methods of designing will continue to evaporate with more and more technologies such as VR/AR or 3D printing continuing to influence the industry as a whole.
However, the future surely holds a bunch of excitement, you shouldn’t be surprised if some technology single-handedly outperforms VR and AR in the future.