Retail & eCommerce Committee 

Interested to learn more or participate? Email info@thevrara.com 

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The VR retail market is expected to rise to $1.6B by 2025, according to Goldman Sachs. And AR could reach $30B in sales, as projected by Digi Capital.

Join representatives from tech leaders, startups, retailers, and other industry leaders testing new forms of AR and VR used in-store and out-of-store to enhance and analyze purchase behavior. 

This committee will create best practices, guidelines, and call to actions (e.g., recommendations for standards) for Retail & eCommerce as it relates to VR and AR. 

Participants include: 

  1. Aisle411
  2. Corvecto
  3. DatavizVR
  4. InContext Solutions
  5. Strata
  6. Studio Transcendent
  7. Trillenium
  8. VIU.SPACE
  9. VRcommerce
  10. ZeroLight
  11. Retailers 
  12. You?

Working Group 

References

The VR retail market is expected to rise to $1.6B by 2025, according to Goldman Sachs. And AR could reach $30B in sales, as projected by Digi Capital. 

Walgreens added 3-D imagery to its in-store maps. More big-name retailers are looking at VR, including Lowe’s that created the Holoroom, which allows customers to design their kitchen or bathroom space while in its stores, using an app. Then, by using virtual reality goggles, shoppers could step into the design.

Experts say shoppers will continue to see more retailers testing these types of technologies. “Things are moving fast,” said Artemis Berry, vice president of digital retail for the National Retail Federation (NRF), a trade group.