At CES 2015, several vendors have unveiled virtual reality displays. One of the most notable is HP’s Zvr, which could have enterprise and education use cases.
However, before VR use can become widespread in the enterprise, vendors need more developers to build applications that can use the display technology. “HP is betting that the Zvr will be used for education and training, architecture and computer aided design and collaboration between architects, engineers and contractors,” writes ZDNet‘s Larry Dignan. “All of those industries could use VR technology, but the big issue for HP will be spurring third party software vendors to chime in. As of the CES launch, HP didn’t have a large ecosystem of applications.”