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Augmented Reality Disappeared From Gartner’s Hype Cycle – What’s Next?

Augmented-reality-evolution-in-the-Gartner-Hype-Cycle-from-2005-until-2020According to Gartner, augmented reality has matured so rapidly that it is no longer considered an “emerging technology” anymore.

That evolution state is reinforced by Gartner’s latest report, predicting that multi-experience platforms, including augmented reality, will be deployed at least in one-third of all enterprises by 2021.

Furthermore, Gartner explains that mature technologies tend to live right in the heart of many other, still emerging, technology trends. Observing both 2019 and 2020 Hype Cycles, it’s clear that AR will be an essential piece of the puzzle for companies heavily investing in augmented intelligence, immersive workspaces, AI-augmented development, social distancing technologies, and other trends.

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