Innovation case studies
Virtual Reality technology has come a long way. It’s become one of the most impressive emerging technologies in the ICT industry, with unmatched ability to allow us to experience things we wouldn’t otherwise be able to. Will VR eventually become indistinguishable from our everyday reality? Learn about the potential, and problems, associated with this amazing emerging technology.
On the Networked Society Blog, Michael discusses the VR experience and what it means for our perception of reality in the real world.
The Ericsson Innovation Awards was inspired by the theme for the Nobel Week Dialogues 2017. Ericsson is a proud Nobel international partner, supporting engagement in the pursuit of scientific knowledge.
On the Networked Society Blog, Nathan explores how Pokemon Go, Find the Force and other merged reality platforms are setting the stage for a new human experience.
On the Networked Society Blog, Rebecka summarizes the newest Ericsson Consumer Lab study – the Future of Journalism – and explores why the way we find, validate and share information is changing.
The emergence of the internet has made significant changes to journalism, making a major impact to the current and future state of truth. Read the report to learn how journalism has changed and consumer insight on where it is headed for the future.
In the eighth edition of Ericsson’s ConsumerLab report, you can access insights generated by more than 20 years of experience of studying people's behaviors and values related to the consumption of ICT products and services - and learn about technology trends happening in TV and Media, VR, Mobile, Video on Demand and more. Did you know that its estimated that one in three consumers will be Virtual Reality users by 2020? Or that 50% of all viewing will be done on a mobile screen? These are the kinds of trends that will continue to shape the ICT industry for years to come!
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