Despite the hype, it’s not yet clear if or when virtual reality (VR) technology will reach mass-market status. However, specialized applications are showing promise in a variety of industries.
Consumers are more likely to trust banks—and even insurance firms—than marketing or advertising companies. That’s according to a September 2017 PwC survey, which found that just 6% of US internet users said they trusted media and entertainment companies.
3 in 4 people in the US believe that traditional gender roles have changed. They don’t believe in stereotypes such as a woman’s primary role being the caretaker of the home or a man’s primary role as being the breadwinner.
This infographic examines engagement with 360 videos, claiming that they enjoy clickthrough rates averaging 4.51%, compared to 0.56% for traditional videos.
Americans aged 18-20 are avid runners and swimmers like their older Millennial counterparts. In fact, these activities are enjoyed by almost half (46%) of Gen V respondents.
College football is now almost as popular as professional football in the US. The study indicates that there’s been a substantial decline over the past 5 years in the number of pro football fans, down from 67% to 57% of the adult population.
More than three-quarters of people in several countries across the world believe that their video viewing habits will change in the coming 5 years. The change that most people see coming is watching TV in virtual reality, as if they are inside the content.
It’s hard to sell to a public that doesn’t view you well… Yet that’s the task faced by the advertising and public relations industry, which continues to rank towards the bottom of all industries in public perception.
This infographic from Koeppel Direct illustrates the rise of live video streaming.
This infographic from filmora illustrates some amazing facts, figures and statistics about YouTube for 2017.