In healthcare, immersive technology is more than just hype
By 2025, AR and VR in healthcare will be a market worth around $5.1bn globally. We take a look at the impact immersive tech is already having on both patients and medical professionals.
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Science and technology are the principal drivers of human progress. The creation of technology is hindered by many problems including cost, access to expertise, counter productive attitudes to risk, and lack of iterative multi-disciplinary collaboration. We believe that the failure of technology to properly empower organisations is due to a misunderstanding of the nature of the software creation process, and a mismatch between that process and the organisational structures that often surround it.