Harnessing the power of XR for banks & financial institutions
Extended reality (XR) is a catch-all term that refers to any type of computer-generated environment that augments or replaces the user’s real-world surroundings. This includes virtual reality (VR), which creates immersive, simulated worlds; augmented reality (AR), which overlays digital information on the real world; and mixed reality (MR), which combines elements of both VR and AR. XR technology is still in its infancy, but it has already begun to transform a wide range of industries, in particular banking and financial services. Here’s a closer look at how XR works and some of the ways it’s being used today.
As XR technology continues to evolve, its potential applications are only limited by our imaginations.
How is extended reality being used in banking and financial services?
Extended reality is no longer a technology of the future, but is instead becoming mainstream in various industries, including banking and financial services. Banks are using extended reality to train employees, provide customer service, and help clients visualise data. The potential benefits of using extended reality in banking and financial services are vast, making it an exciting time for those in the industry.
If you’re interested in learning more about how your bank or financial institution can use extended reality,
contact Dreamtek today.
We would be happy to discuss the possibilities with you.