XR will impact healthcare

XR is pushing industry leaders to not only think differently about what is possible, but also to create new solutions that bypass the distance-based challenges they face today—a clear advantage for those that embrace it. Many (79 percent) health executives believe it’s important for their organization to be a pioneer in extended reality solutions.

83%

of health executives agree that extended reality will create a new foundation for interaction, communication and information.

84%

of health executives believe it’s important to leverage XR to close the gap of physical distance when engaging with employees or customers.

72%

of health executives agree that extended reality will be widespread and impact virtually every industry over the next five years.

97% of children are very positive about our work

The University of Oslo did an user-test with children and it turns out that 97% of the interviewed children are very positive about our AR applications for the Viking Ship Museum and no less than 89% thinks that augmented reality is fun (gøy) and 80% thinks that they learned much because of AR.

This is great news and it is clear that children accept Augmented Reality quickly and without any problem. This is very good for us because those who have the youth on their side, owns the future!

Children who have access to own vs. other devices

2025 base case VR/AR software assumptions by use case

In 2018 197.146 children between 0 and 9 years (incl healthy new-borns) and 158.713 between 10 and 19 years have been patient in a hospital in Norway

(source: statistisksentralbyrå)

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