“The threshold?” Tim had asked Rene. Their ubiquitous Information Entertainment, Gamification and Network Marketplace was Tim’s advertisement. “Uncertainty.” Rene was across from Tim. “Sequential entry strategy?” Tim had asked to establish rapport. VR context was their AR delivery. Rene had picked up a flow chart. She had demonstrated her agreement.
Information Entertainment, Gamification and Network Marketplace
“Network AR marketplace.” Tim then had said. Rene had taken part of this immersive storytelling medium. They were integrating 360-degree video. Viewers were active participants. AR, VR and MR had been set to hit 150 billion by 2020.
Tim was driving exponential Information Entertainment, Gamification and Network Marketplace increases. Rene had been utilizing the AR/VR technology. Media was an AI. They were designing an interface. Tim had wanted users onboard in a simultaneous hyper-connectivity. “Trigger the nodes?” Rene was pointing at the round objects on this diagram.
Network AR Marketplace
AR was a disruption. Traditional data management and analytics was advertised in an asymptotic network effect. “Qualitative.” Tim had continued their discussion. There was a trillion-dollar industry emerging. Brands had to be omnipresent. “Optimize digital experiences?” Rene had brought up another flow chart. It was for comparison. They had to get AR shareable. They were participatory and creative.
Global, Participatory and Creative
The prediction of $692 billion was expected by 2025. They had to target brands. An AR advertising design was to stop the downward spiral of mobile and web advertising. They were leading a charge into information entertainment. Information Entertainment, Gamification and Network Marketplace was the AR that had changed their VR space.
Times Square, New York City had become their AI component. Coca-Cola was a billboard. It was using 1,760 LED screens. “World of disruptive devices?” Tim had asked. Their AR context was a recursive application. It had become their VR occupation. They were now in a space with Coca-Cola. It was a shifting advertisement.
“Assistants.” Rene had exclaimed. Tim was within her appealing transition. It had demonstrated their AR delivery. “Self-driving?” Tim had asked Rene. It was about their mobile AR and computer vision. It had splashed them on an AR autonomous setting. The AI was their minds and digital wallets. “Collaborative exploration!” Tim had engaged their AR/VR behavioral changes.
AR Collaborative Delivery
Their immersive experience had AR demonstrations. AR had become an innovation of their behavioral digital health. “Management of pain disorders.” Tim had stated. He had embraced their VR/AR behavioral space. They were viewing AR advertisement that had discovered them. They were the VR content creators. The AR had become an active partner. It was for their future experiences. The AR had self-brand overlap an AI. It was from their VR what.
Stimulated data was an AR user environment. They were entertained. AR was GamifiedAI information. Network Marketplace was their VR. AR was its ubiquitous shopping. “Events!” Tim had injected his AR insights. AR was growing by 80 percent to $165 billion by 2024. “Lets create our future.” Los Angeles then had become their VR/AR transformation. It was their customer experience.
Traction was from the AR in Times Square, New York City. “Maximize our conversions!” Tim had said. He was now with Rene in their LA retail space. Los Angeles had become an AR access point. VR was operating in these AR layers of an AI. They were consumers in this VR/AR world. “It’s our AR ecosystem!” Rene had engaged the Gamifiable AR nodes. It was their AI overlap.
“Seamless!” Tim was thinking strategically within this Information Entertainment, Gamification and Network Marketplace. They were in a seamless AR omnichannel. “Point of sale developers.” Rene had responded about their virtual inventory control. There were 24 million VR devices sold globally. “Gone AR spatial? Rene had asked about the $1.2 billion AR smart glasses. They had been sold. “Augmented and started!” Tim had joined Rene with this block chain technology.
VR Information Entertainment
Amazon had 200 different VR headsets available. They had captured and interpreted their VR geometry. It was their AR sensor fusion. They were experiencing their precise AR advertising positions. “We’ve tailored our VR experience!” VR projections had designed their sophisticated adverting algorithms. They were the content in this VR context. Their location-based advertising was an AR content.
Mobile AR was going to hit $60 billion. Tim and Rene had become integrated with an AI. Robotics technology with AR was their illustrations. Their VR had become this situational recognition. AR was calculating their logical steps. It was their consensus GamifiableAI advertising world. It was indistinguishable from their what. It had become their AR when.