“With the current crop of VR devices exceeding consumer expectations, adoption is on the rise. This could be the VR tipping point.
According to a recent study by Frank N. Magid Associates,consumers are much happier with the VR user experience than expected. A survey of 1,000 internet users aged 18-64 showed that a large majority of those who had purchased VR devices thought the experience was better than expected.
Global sales of desktop VR hardware are expected to exceed $4Bn this year and further expected to grow to $21Bn by 2020. This, combined with the data from the Magid survey is a very positive indicator for mass adoption. It seems the VR tipping point is upon us.”