Adoption of virtual reality (VR) headsets hasn’t grown by leaps and bounds. For one, the devices aren’t cheap. While there are affordable options out there, some can leave a substantial dent in a consumer’s wallet.
And many consumers don’t want to shell out money for a device they feel doesn’t have enough content. But video may change their perception.
A study of VR device users worldwide by Ericsson found that more than half (54%) of respondents felt that VR devices will be the new screens for video. And almost as many (53%) said video will be one of the most popular uses of VR.
Just over half of respondents think video in VR will become popular because it will combine with social networking. Read the rest at eMarketer.