You know the drill. I cajole, flatter, and blackmail the smartest, hippest, edgiest, and hopefully sexiest people I know to answer one question and we see what happens. Without further adieu!:

 

One Question with…Travis Davis, Managing Director, United Reality

 


“AR/VR are in a state of growing pains. Both of these areas have raised billions of dollars over the past few years but few have really been able to plant their flag as a pillar of tech. Many startups, especially in the hardware space, have not seen the adoption that I’m sure they promised to early investors. 2019 is going to be a year of soul searching for AR as it’s continued battle to be seen as more than a gimmick. AR still needs to carve out more use cases, especially in the enterprise ecosystem. On the positive side, AR hardware is starting to see some great improvements. We are going to start seeing more hardware creators building platforms that make AR infinitely more accessible and user friendly. In the VR space we are going to see brick and mortar VR establishments flourish. Many VR arcades have began to expand and add locations all over the globe and this will continues as gamers continue to flood into the space.”– Travis Davis

 

 

 

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