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VR First Provides Virtual Reality Survey Results

VR First revealed the results of its survey of 151 universities in 38 countries, which show that there has been a worldwide increase in virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) adoption at universities. The current average is 18 students per one headset, and 65% of respondents are planning to create a lab for VR and AR developers. The top focus areas for universities are game development, education, and healthcare.

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