What will drive VR adoption? Turner applies IBM Watson. Best Facebook Engagement. (RBDR 03.02.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) What will most strongly drive adoption of Virtual Reality with consumers? Research firm Superdata says it’s smartphone exposures to VR.

2) Turner Entertainment becomes the first broadcast sales business to implement IBM Watson into its client advertising services.

3) The optimum conditions for Facebook engagement have been studied and analyzed by Buzzsumo.

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Hannu Verkasalo talks World Mobile Congress, research lessons. (RBDR 03.01.2016)

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Hannu Verkasalo of Verto Analytics discusses what he learned at last week’s global World Mobile Congress 2016 in Barcelona, Spain that he will apply to his mobile research efforts.

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How close should researchers get? Apple enters VR. IAB tries unifying. (RBDR 02.02.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) Sneak peek at a NewMR presentation from Edward Appleton and Aastha Tiku later this week about how close a researchers can/should get to their subject for the best results. Find a link to this study here.

2) Apple joins the expanding field of technical businesses who are in on the Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality field.

3) The Interactive Advertising Bureau releases “Data Segments and Techniques Lexicon,” hoping to get everyone in the data field on the same page.

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Surveys: move is on to mobile. New FB virtual reality center. (RBDR 01.26.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) The incredible research transition underway from PC survey taking to mobile is documented by Lucid’s Patrick Comer.

2) Facebook is opening a Pittsburgh research center to bring to market its Oculus virtual reality platform, what some see as the next big thing in research technology and capability.

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2020 Research continuing innovation. Lieberman Rsch WW virtual reality breakthru. (RBDR 8.11.2015)

Today on RBDR: 1) A look at the continuing innovation push by 2020 Research, most recently for dial testing and an Apple Watch App specifically designed for market research. 2) Lieberman Research Worldwide has discovered the incredible power of Virtual Reality both for research and non-research situations. President David Sackman explained.

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