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10 VR/AR Companies to Watch

<p>With the hype finally settling down and companies seeking a real ROI, 2020 is looking to be a make or break year for virtual reality and augmented reality. </p><p>While established companies are still releasing new VR/AR products into the enterprise space, a growing number of smaller companies are entering the market an eye on giving enterprise customers a clear use case for VR/AR. </p><p>If one company on this list has its way, 2020 might also be the year that VR finds its killer app. </p><p>Here are 10 VR/AR companies to keep your eyes (and headsets) on.</p>
Some familiar names are still leading the pack, but newer entrants into the VR/AR space offering therapeutic applications, new developer tools, and novel interfaces should also be on everyone's radar. There's even a video game developer to watch out for.

Chris Wiltz is a Senior Editor at Design News covering emerging technologies including AI, VR/AR, blockchain, and robotics.
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