Thrive Analytics Expands Research Services for the Virtual and Augmented Reality Technology Business Segment

We are pleased to announce we have expanded our syndicated research offerings to include the Virtual Reality Monitor™, a new study focused on virtual and augmented reality technology. Specifically, the study is designed to monitor how consumers are using virtual and augmented reality technology, the satisfaction levels with current devices, pricing expectations, applications they find appealing, purchase intent, and several other areas.

The virtual and augmented reality space is beginning to see significant growth and this technology will have a tremendous impact on many industries. This new service will provide a cost-effective method of obtaining key trends and insights for many organizations that could be impacted by this technology.


Subscribers to the Virtual Reality Monitor™ will receive results and key insights from the bi-annual study in the form of reports, infographics, presentations and advisory documents. In addition, subscribers will have the ability to include proprietary questions in the survey. All findings and information related to client specific questions will be confidential and will only be available to sponsoring subscribers.


For the more analytically inclined subscribers, detailed data tables will be available upon request and on-demand analysts will be available for custom queries.


For more information on the Virtual Reality Monitor™ or how you can gain access or participate in the study, please contact us at


Jason Peaslee

Jason Peaslee is the Managing Partner of Thrive Analytics, a marketing research and analytics consulting firm. His career spans more than 20 years in marketing, advertising, product development, research, and business management. Before founding Thrive Analytics in 2010, he held several senior leadership roles at AT&T, Reynolds & Reynolds, Berry Network, & The Berry Company.

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