As technology continues to evolve, 5G has emerged as the frontrunner for revolutionizing Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR). According to MarketsandMarkets estimates, the global market of this technology combination is set to reach $115 billion by 2027. 5G offers a more responsive, faster and reliable network connection than previous generations of networks. This improved connection will reduce data congestion between headsets and computers thus leading to a smoother 3D image viewing or video experience. The emergence of 5G also allows for edge computing which allows extended reality (AR/VR) to be incorporated into one wearable device with millimeter wave technology providing photorealistic visuals.
Telehealth medical procedures are expected to greatly benefit from increased bandwidths offered by 5G which would enable real-time communication between patient and consultant as well as high-end display images/videos allowing pros deploy anatomy visualizations via AR goggles. Additionally, gaming is likely to continue its growth trend due to applications of immersive technologies like AR & VR. This tendency could be further advanced if developers incorporate benefits such as better graphics quality & response time without lags offered by 5g. It’s evident that this cutting-edge technology combination will provide tangible opportunities in many industries such as healthcare, education, training, marketing among others. For instance, medical students will be able to virtually visit fields they wouldn’t normally have access to while surgical teams can collaborate together remotely through virtual reality headsets with enhanced connectivity from 5G networks whilst still feeling close enough to each other as if they were in the same room.
In additional potential use cases include emergency services being better able to communicate with citizens in real-time along with events live-streaming becoming easier enabling people who can’t physically attend an event still feel part of it from anywhere in the world through a direct high fidelity transmission . Ultimately, combining 5G with AR & VR technologies holds the promise of some extraordinary experiences in the near future that may transform entire industries worldwide and improve everyday lives with enhanced connectivity bringing never seen before levels of engagement and immersion within whatever human endeavor people choose pursue whether at work or leisure activities.