Goldman Sachs predicts $80 billion VR industry by 2025

So just how big will the virtual and augmented reality market get? In a series of charts, Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research lays out its thoughts on the subject. Here’s the upshot: Goldman thinks the VR/AR market will grow significantly more slowly than the market for smartphones and tablets initially did. But: Once things take off, boy will they take off. Goldman sees a potential $80 billion industry for VR and AR by 2025. And the firm arrived at that conclusion using a pretty sophisticated methodology. There’s a lot to dive into – take a closer look here.

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