Augmented and Virtual Reality Applications in Healthcare

Augmented and Virtual Reality Applications in Healthcare

Novel Platforms Enable Innovative Healthcare Applications and Business Models

RELEASE DATE
31-Aug-2016
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North America
Research Code: 9AB9-00-4E-00-00
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The Augmented Reality (AR) market, although in its early stages, has been growing rapidly since the last two years. The next 5 years will produce diverse AR content from varied fields and industries and affordable solutions for consumers. AR enterprise applications and subsequent subscription models will boost revenue for start-up companies in this market. The prominent barrier to widespread adoption of AR technology within the healthcare sector is a concern for privacy. Medical education and staff training will remain the principal AR application in healthcare. As multi-sensory learning has always been beneficial in transmitting information, many industries are expected to turn to AR as the prominent source of instructional learning.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Key Findings

Research Scope

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Augmented Reality—Definition, Types, Applications, Capabilities, and Uses in Healthcare

Ambient Interactivity Technology Segmentation

Distinguishing Augmented Reality from Virtual Reality

Augmented Reality Applications Across Industries

Augmented Reality Applications Across Industries (continued)

Drivers for AR Technology Adoption

Bottlenecks for AR Technology Adoption

Challenges that Need to be Addressed for AR to Support Medical Tasks

Healthcare-focused Augmented Reality Apps in Android and Apple Stores

Application Areas of Augmented Reality in Healthcare

Application Areas of Augmented Reality in Healthcare (continued)

Application Areas of Augmented Reality in Healthcare (continued)

Application Areas of Augmented Reality in Healthcare (continued)

Mapping Impact of Functionalities with Potential Use Cases of Augmented Reality in Healthcare

Scientific Literature Supporting AR Applications in Surgical Techniques

Potential Use Cases of AR/VR in Healthcare—Behavioral Modification, Medication Adherence, and PTSD* Therapy

Potential Future Uses of AR/VR in Healthcare

Augmented Reality—Timeline for Adoption

Augmented and Virtual Reality Market Scene—Consistently Varying Market Forecasts

Augmented and Virtual Reality Market Scene

Augmented and Virtual Reality Market Scene (continued)

Augmented and Virtual Reality Market Scene (continued)

Augmented and Virtual Reality—Top 10 Patent Holders (Inventions and Patent Publications) in 2015

Augmented and Virtual Reality—Top 10 Patent Holders (Inventions and Patent Publications) in 2015 (continued)

Augmented and Virtual Reality—Total AR/VR Patents Filed Under Medical Applications Category in 2014

Augmented and Virtual Reality—Top 5 Startups with Highest Patent Publications in AR

Ecosystem of Augmented and Virtual Reality Companies

Ecosystem of AR/VR Companies—Medical Realities, LENSAR, Mimic, and Eon Reality

Ecosystem of AR/VR Companies—ODG, Infinity AR, Vivid Vision, and Deepstream VR

Ecosystem of AR/VR Companies—Microsoft HoloLens

Types of Augmented Reality Companies in the Ecosystem

Business Models of Competitors at Varied Levels in AR/VR Mobile Value Chain

Key Conclusions

Key Conclusions (continued)

Strategies for Success While Building a AR/VR Centric Business Model

Concluding Thoughts

Legal Disclaimer

List of Companies Used in this Study

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The Augmented Reality (AR) market, although in its early stages, has been growing rapidly since the last two years. The next 5 years will produce diverse AR content from varied fields and industries and affordable solutions for consumers. AR enterprise applications and subsequent subscription models will boost revenue for start-up companies in this market. The prominent barrier to widespread adoption of AR technology within the healthcare sector is a concern for privacy. Medical education and staff training will remain the principal AR application in healthcare. As multi-sensory learning has always been beneficial in transmitting information, many industries are expected to turn to AR as the prominent source of instructional learning.
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Author Harpreet Singh Buttar
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number 9AB9-00-4E-00-00
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