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VR Consumer Sentiment Infographic

VR and Consumer Sentiment

By | Consumer Reports, infographic, Teen Market Research, Touchstone VR, Virtual Reality, VR Consumer Report, VR Infographic, VR Insights | No Comments

Advertising and marketing professionals looking to associate their brand with the excitement and promise of new technologies are going to want to take note of a comprehensive Virtual Reality Consumer Sentiment Survey of over 2,000 consumers that was recently conducted by Touchstone Research and Greenlight VR. When those who had experienced virtual reality (22% of the sample) were asked to…

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2015 Virtual Reality (VR) Consumer Report

The VR (Virtual Reality) Consumer Sentiment Report – Infographic

By | Greenlight VR, infographic, Kids Market Research, Market Research Reports, Teen Market Research, Touchstone VR, Virtual Reality, VR Consumer Report, VR Infographic, VR Insights | No Comments

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, November 11th, 2015 – Virtual reality has been somewhat of an intriguing fantasy for a while now; and while the technology has been available for a number of years, it’s only recently that big strides are being made in virtual reality. These technological advances seem to have overcome the problems that have for so long held VR…

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Virtual Reality for Kids – Mattel launches View-Master VR Headset Powered by Google Cardboard

By | Google Cardboard, Kids and Family, Touchstone VR, Virtual Reality, VR Insights | 2 Comments

Tech Savvy Researcher – VR Insights Edition Long gone are the days of the familiar click as you changed the slide in your shiny red View-Master, exploring the 3D worlds of your favorite book, movie, or place. With ever expanding and changing technology, the View-Master’s once futuristic and innovative design is now just an outdated toy, or is it? View-Masters…

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Tech-Savvy Researcher Feature – Google’s New Chromecast is Bringing Mobile Home

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Maybe I’m old school, but I’ve always been suspect of watching internet video on my phone. Doesn’t mean I don’t do it, but there’s always a latent uneasiness, like I’m selling myself short but there’s no other option. I still laugh at the dancing dog youtube video a friend texted, still well-up at the facebook videos of my baby nephew…

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Facebook unveils new Graph Search. New opportunities for Social-Savvy Researchers?

By | Marketing Research, Social Media | No Comments

There’s a new search engine in town. As online technology spins intricate webs of capability, catering to uses both corporate and individual, testing daily the bounds of design and usability while arranging opportunities for users (and advertisers) to gain footing in a still-evolving frontier, it’s easy to get caught up in the glamour of little things. While a recipe on…

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