Hi Nicolas Karlinski,
There are lots of companies already working in the space for the business/enterprise market. One path to success is to have in-depth knowledge in a particular vertical and look at the ways that AR/VR/Spatial Computing can add value to specific industries and build solutions with value in mind.
Great write-up, Rio!
I find it interesting that you draw a comparison of the FAA to a product company. In this case, what is their “product”? Is the product the trust of the people under their juristicion? Or is it the safety or the people? A combination? Or something else altogether?
I totally agree with you — so far most of AR has been focused on augmenting our visual senses- leaving an opportunity for hearing, touching, etc. I feel that the future of AR will involve multi-modal interactions that involves all of the senses.
I think you make some great points! I am personally of the opinion that the industry is not faced, necessarily, with a binary, mutually exclusive option. I believe there is benefit and value to both desktop and mobile VR. I feel that a provocative title that urges readers to “give up on desktop” might not be…