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Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality 2020-2030: Forecasts, Markets and Technologies

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擴增實境 (AR)□混合現實 (MR)□虛擬實境 (VR) 各種技術□市場預測□主要企業:2017-2027年 Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality 2020-2030: Forecasts, Markets and Technologies
出版日期: 2019年12月30日內容資訊: 英文 198 Slides
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本報告研究擴增實境 (AR)□混合現實 (MR)□虛擬實境 (VR) 市場,彙整主要AR&VR耳機裝置□其他產品概要、顯示器□微型顯示器□光學引擎□觸覺等各種實現技術趨勢、企業技術開發和產品化趨勢、市場成長預測、主要企業簡介等情報。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 前言

第3章 AR&VR裝置

  • AR耳機裝置
    • Microsoft Hololens
    • Meta 2
    • Kopin Solos
    • Kopin Golden-i 3.8D
    • Epson Moverio BT-300
    • Epson Moverio Pro BT-2000
    • Atheer Labs, AiR Glasses
    • ODG R8
    • ODG R9
    • ODG R7
    • DAQRI Smart Helmet
    • DAQRI Smart Glasses
    • Brother
    • Cinoptics
    • Penny C-Wear 30
    • Lumus DK50
    • Evena
    • Vuzix M100□M300
    • IMMY NEO iC 60
    • Oakley Radar Pace
    • OrCam MyEye
    • Snapchat Spectacles
    • Google Glass
    • Picavi:Google合作夥伴案例
    • Magic Leap
    • Avegant
  • VR耳機裝置
    • PC VR
    • Oculus Rift CV1
    • Sony Playstation VR
    • HTC Vive
    • Avegant Glyph
    • 因應Windows 10的VR耳機裝置
  • 單機獨立型VR
    • Royole X & Royole Moon
    • Alcatel Vision
    • 新單機獨立型VR□AR:Intel Alloy - Sulon q
  • 行動VR
    • Samsung Gear VR
    • Google Daydream View
    • Zeiss VR One Plus
    • Alcatel VR15
    • 非電子式VR
    • Google Cardboard
    • Google Cardboard□其他非電子式耳機裝置
  • 討論:第一波VR產品及VR體驗

第4章 顯示器和微型顯示器

  • AR□VR顯示器和微型顯示器
  • VR耳機裝置頭戴式顯示器
  • VR微型顯示器?
  • AR耳機裝置頭戴式顯示器:微型顯示器
  • Transmissive LCD
  • LCoS微型顯示器
  • DLP:數位微鏡裝置 (Digital Micromirror Device)
  • microOLED
  • 新選項:microLED
  • 技術供應商
  • 微型顯示器技術、其他

第5章 光學引擎

  • AR耳機裝置光學引擎
  • AR□VR耳機裝置光學引擎
  • 放大鏡結構:Rift□Vive□Playstation VR
  • 沒入型顯示器:放大鏡結構
  • 透視顯示器
  • 各種耳機裝置FOV
  • 實現高角解析度
  • FOV和解析都
  • AR□VR創新、其他

第6章 VR的觸覺

  • 案例研討:VR的觸覺
  • 目前主流VR的觸覺
  • 目前技術分類
  • 控制器的觸覺
  • 運動模擬器&載具:確立平台
  • 例:個人VR運動模擬器&載具
  • 可穿戴式觸覺介面
  • 可穿戴式觸覺介面:環
  • 商品例:GoTouchVR
  • 可穿戴式觸覺介面:手套
  • 例:Virtuix□NeuroDigital Technologies
  • 可穿戴式觸覺介面:鞋
  • 商品例:Nidec□CEREVO□其他
  • 可穿戴式觸覺介面: 挽具狀帶和服裝
  • 可穿戴式觸覺介面:外骨骼
  • 商品例:Dexta Robotics
  • 肌肉運動知覺觸覺
  • 肌肉運動知覺裝置:各種類型和處理流程
  • 外骨骼
  • Manipulandum
  • FundamentalVR:研修醫生用VR觸覺
  • 動力輔助外骨骼
  • 例:Ekso Bionics
  • 動力輔助服:UPR
  • 動力輔助服飾:Superflex
  • 地區趨勢和市場趨勢、其他

第7章 動力

  • 智慧眼鏡儲能:初始情況
  • 儲能裝置的小型化策略
  • 現有形狀:薄膜和鈕扣電池
  • 儲能:Kopin□Hitachi Maxell
  • 儲能設計:包裝影響

第8章 市場預測

  • AR□VR市場預測:出貨台數
  • AR□VR市場預測:出貨額
  • 各種AR□VR耳機裝置價格推移
  • AR□VR耳機裝置市場預測:出貨額、其他

第9章 企業簡介

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Title:
Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality 2020-2030: Forecasts, Markets and Technologies
Encompassing XR headsets, technologies, forecasts and players in AR (augmented reality), MR (mixed reality) and VR (virtual reality) markets.

"The market size of XR (virtual, augmented and mixed reality) is predicted to be over $30Bn by 2030."

Augmented, virtual, and mixed reality products are at the forefront of technological change. Over the 2010-2020 decade, there have been many new products released which have captured the imagination of creators, developers and businesses alike. This report on XR includes market research on AR (augmented reality), VR (virtual reality) and MR (mixed reality) areas, compiled from historic data from nearly 100 companies and over 170 distinct products, with forecasts from 2020-2030.

XR products captured the consumers imagination during the early 2010s with the release of devices such as Google Glass. In the decade since, there have been a wide range of applications for such devices, from gaming, uses in education, to enterprise such as remote assistance and hands-free working. Over the past decade, technology has driven smaller, faster, and more powerful devices for users. The next decade promises many new and exciting products, allowing a more immersive experience for users.

This report characterises the markets, technologies and players in the AR, VR and MR market. The study includes market data from 2010-2018 and forecasts from 2020-2030. The report covers various headsets in these markets and discusses the applications and use cases for them.

The VR, AR and MR products discussed in this report are defined as devices which "create digital environments that users can interact with". In this report, virtual reality devices are those which completely replace reality with a new 3D environment, augmented reality products overlay digital content onto the real world, and mixed reality products add superimposed images which interacts spatially with the real world in real time. The products investigated in detail in this report do not include headsets which provide a "first person view" or "video glasses" which display visual and audio content via a headset to a user, as they do not try to create a virtual reality. environment, but they are included for completeness and comparison purposes.

Within the categories, of VR, AR and MR, there are three distinct groups which can be made: PC products which need a physical PC attachment, standalone products which do not require a PC and smartphone products, which are those which use a smartphone's capabilities to implement the immersive experience. All three of these groups for VR, AR and MR are discussed and compared in this report, with historical data from 10 years worth of products, and forecasts up to 2030.

The forecasts show that both the markets in VR and AR&MR are growing, with the combined markets expected to grow over $30Bn by 2030. Along with the forecasts, this report also discusses the trends in technology used in various XR products, for example, comparing the weight, field of view, resolution and display type, for over 175 products. The methodology for this research has both primary and secondary research, by contacting company executives and developers to identify the most recent technological advances in the XR market.

With many different research topics, IDTechEx have a broad network of experience and experience across the expert team of analysts for this research. On top of this, IDTechEx hosts leading events covering AR VR MR technology, and the analyst team travels, speaks and meets companies globally each year. The result of these efforts enables this report to be the most comprehensive characterisation of the AR VR and MR industry today, and an excellent resource for anyone involved or investigating this space.

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Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Executive Introduction
  • 1.2. Timeline of XR products
  • 1.3. XR is used in many different applications
  • 1.4. Terminology
  • 1.5. Classification of XR products (1)
  • 1.6. Companies in the XR Space
  • 1.7. Technical and Physical Trends
  • 1.8. Volumes and Value trends
  • 1.9. Key Takeaways

2. INTRODUCTION

  • 2.1. Introduction: Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality
  • 2.2. XR has advanced in the past decade
  • 2.3. Terminology: Search trends
  • 2.4. Glossary
  • 2.5. Nomenclature: VR, AR, MR, XR
  • 2.6. Definitions and product categories
  • 2.7. Related areas to VR: FPV, video glasses
  • 2.8. Related areas to AR & MR: hearing glasses, camera glasses, thermal imaging
  • 2.9. Product ecosystem beyond the hardware
  • 2.10. Most prominent patentholders
  • 2.11. VC funding for AR & VR
  • 2.12. Huge private investment in parallel
  • 2.13. How much money is needed?
  • 2.14. Applications in VR, AR & MR
  • 2.15. AR and VR could help reduce the "Skills Gap"
  • 2.16. Younger generations could become accustomed to interacting with AR applications

3. VIRTUAL REALITY (VR)

  • 3.1. Introduction
  • 3.2. Types of VR headset
  • 3.3. PC VR & Console VR
  • 3.4. Virtual Reality Set-ups
  • 3.5. Tracking (1) - A basic explanation of an inside-out setup
  • 3.6. Tracking (2) - A typical outside-in PC VR setup
  • 3.7. Related product types: Backpack VR
  • 3.8. Backpack VR for maximum immersion
  • 3.9. Other workarounds: Constraining user movement
  • 3.10. Smartphone / mobile VR
  • 3.11. Smartphone VR examples (high end)
  • 3.12. Smartphone VR examples (low end)
  • 3.13. Standalone VR
  • 3.14. Standalone VR headset landscape
  • 3.15. Key advances required for Standalone VR success
  • 3.16. Profiles of key players in VR
  • 3.17. Oculus
  • 3.18. Oculus: VR products today
  • 3.19. HTC Vive
  • 3.20. Sony: PlayStation VR
  • 3.21. Windows Mixed Reality
  • 3.22. Goertek
  • 3.23. Pico
  • 3.24. Alcatel (TCL)
  • 3.25. LeEco
  • 3.26. ANT VR
  • 3.27. Fove Inc

4. VR: RELATED PRODUCT AREAS

  • 4.1. FPV and video glasses
  • 4.2. Example: Shenzhen Topsky Industrial

5. VR: DISCUSSION AND FORECASTS

  • 5.1. The future of VR
  • 5.2. VR: Historic device sales
  • 5.3. Data on PC VR headset usage for gaming
  • 5.4. VR: Volume forecasts
  • 5.5. VR: Revenue forecasts
  • 5.6. Cyclic nature of hardware sales
  • 5.7. Prominent technical challenges to be addressed
  • 5.8. VR: Summary and outlook
  • 5.9. VR: Full data and forecast (Volume, 2010 - 2030)
  • 5.10. VR: Full data and forecast (Revenue, 2010 - 2030)

6. AUGMENTED AND MIXED REALITY (AR & MR)

  • 6.1. Introduction
  • 6.2. Comparison between VR, AR and MR
  • 6.3. Comparison between AR and MR
  • 6.4. AR/MR Hardware Product Distribution
  • 6.5. Categories of AR/MR
  • 6.6. Sectors for AR and MR
  • 6.7. Classification - Smartphone AR/MR
  • 6.8. Classification - PC AR/MR
  • 6.9. Classification - Standalone AR/MR
  • 6.10. Standalone AR Form Factor Landscape
  • 6.11. Targets for AR/MR hardware
  • 6.12. Profiles of Key players in AR/MR
  • 6.13. Microsoft: Hololens
  • 6.14. Magic Leap
  • 6.15. Google Glass
  • 6.16. Vuzix
  • 6.17. Lenovo
  • 6.18. Epson
  • 6.19. DAQRI
  • 6.20. E-Space Time
  • 6.21. Shadow Creator
  • 6.22. Realwear
  • 6.23. Volvo/Varjo
  • 6.24. North
  • 6.25. RideOn

7. AR & MR: COMPONENT AND REFERENCE HEADSET SUPPLIERS

  • 7.1. Introduction
  • 7.2. Lumus
  • 7.3. Kopin
  • 7.4. Optinvent
  • 7.5. LetinAR
  • 7.6. eMagin
  • 7.7. Dispelix
  • 7.8. Syndiant

8. AR & MR: RELATED PRODUCT AREAS

  • 8.1. Related product companies
  • 8.2. Related areas to AR & MR: hearing glasses, camera glasses, thermal imaging
  • 8.3. Oakley: Radar Pace
  • 8.4. Snap Inc: Spectacles
  • 8.5. OrCam MyEye
  • 8.6. Shenzhen Langahiyin Electronic Ltd
  • 8.7. AR Senz
  • 8.8. AMA XPERTEYE
  • 8.9. Ultraleap

9. AR & MR: DISCUSSION AND FORECASTS

  • 9.1. The future of AR & MR
  • 9.2. AR & MR: Discussions and forecast
  • 9.3. AR & MR: Historic device sales
  • 9.4. Outlook by device type
  • 9.5. AR & MR: Volume forecasts
  • 9.6. AR & MR: Revenue forecasts
  • 9.7. AR & MR: Assessment and assumptions
  • 9.8. AR & MR: Summary and outlook
  • 9.9. AR & MR: Full data and forecast (Volume, 2010 - 2030)
  • 9.10. AR & MR: Full data and forecast (Revenue, 2010 - 2030)

10. KEY HARDWARE TRENDS

  • 10.1. XR properties which impact user experience
    • 10.1.1. Field of View
    • 10.1.2. Weight
  • 10.2. What optics and displays are used in XR devices?
    • 10.2.1. Common Waveguides
    • 10.2.2. Common Waveguides (2) - diagram of operation
    • 10.2.3. Lenses
    • 10.2.4. Display Types
    • 10.2.5. Resolution (1)
    • 10.2.6. Refresh Rate
    • 10.2.7. Eye Dominance in AR - Left or Right Eye?
  • 10.3. How do XR devices locate their position?
    • 10.3.1. What is Mapping and Localisation?
    • 10.3.2. Mapping and Localisation - SLAM
    • 10.3.3. Mapping and Localisation - Examples
    • 10.3.4. Mapping and Localisation - required sensors
  • 10.4. Tying together the properties
    • 10.4.1. The resolution improvements over time
    • 10.4.2. Increasing Resolution also has an increasing FoV
    • 10.4.3. Comparison between Display Types
    • 10.4.4. Display Types in AR
    • 10.4.5. Display Types in VR
    • 10.4.6. Key Takeaways

11. OPTICAL SENSORS - VISION & DEPTH

  • 11.1. Chapter Summary
  • 11.2. 3D imaging and motion capture
  • 11.3. Application example: Motion capture in animation
  • 11.4. Stereoscopic vision
  • 11.5. Time of flight
  • 11.6. Structured light
  • 11.7. Comparison of 3D imaging technologies
  • 11.8. Example: Leap Motion (part of Ultraleap)
  • 11.9. Example: Microsoft; from Kinect to Hololens
  • 11.10. Example: Intel's RealSense™
  • 11.11. Example: Occipital
  • 11.12. Commercial 3D camera examples
  • 11.13. Company example: Orbbec
  • 11.14. Company Example: uSens

12. SOFTWARE AND CONTENT PRODUCTION FOR VR, AR AND MR

  • 12.1. Chapter Summary
  • 12.2. SDK's for AR and MR
  • 12.3. Unity
  • 12.4. Vuforia
  • 12.5. nVidia
  • 12.6. Content example: Pokémon Go App
  • 12.7. Content Example: IKEA Place

13. COLLAPSED, SPUN OUT, REVIVED

  • 13.1. In 2019 a number of prominent companies closed. What is the future for these companies?
  • 13.2. Meta -> Meta View
  • 13.3. BlippAR
  • 13.4. ODG
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