VR in Gaming

Virtual reality (VR) in the gaming market grows mainly in, as evidenced by the increasing penetration of the Internet and the increasing adoption of virtual reality hardware and accessories among gamers.

These devices are equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) modules that help users to view, move, play and even manipulate objects in the game.

In addition, more and more start-ups are offering VR game software, increasing the demand for virtual reality in video games. Also increasing the number of adoptions of connected devices such as smart TVs, smart projectors, smart remote controls, smart displays smartphones and other devices, is expected to boost the market size.

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