A lot of investors are looking at this tech. And based on behavior in the marketplace they're moving money around to get in front of this one.
Microvision isn't getting the attention it deserves in this regard, but they will.
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Technology that once seemed confined to the theoretics of science fiction is starting to become common.
This trend bears watching by investors.
Consider this summer's obsession, Pokemon Go. The record-breaking mobile phone game uses augmented reality technology (AR) to superimpose Nintendo'sfictional characters over the real world as seen through a cellphone's camera lens.
Demand for AR technology is likely to grow significantly. Goldman Sachsestimates that the market for AR and its sister technology VR (virtual realty) will reach $80 billion by 2025, with the potential for that figure to rocket higher, to more than $180 billion.