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Augmented Reality in Digital Banking will Maximize the UX Possibilities of Future Tech

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Augmented Reality in Digital Banking will Maximize the UX Possibilities of Future Tech


In the next 10 years, 78% of customers expect to use an augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) or mixed reality app to see how a product will look, according to Futurum Research. Though it might take years for this technology to become a part of our daily lives, tech giants are already actively working on developing it. There's no doubt that AR, VR and mixed reality will take the customer experience to a brand new level in all areas of our lives,- including banking. What can you expect, and what's the best way for the banking industry to prepare and fully embrace the opportunities of the digital future? 

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Arnolds
Arnolds, UI/ UX Designer

Arnold is always excited to bring fresh inspiration to the team. He's an ambitious and energetic designer ready to inspire the world with our mission. He's always eager to learn, constantly exploring the newest design, UX and finance trends and looking for ways to implement those into our work processes.

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