Forget gaming, that's just a small part of VR's future. I'm more interested in everything else!

Brightwave are an eLearning company based in Brighton who I occasionally consult for. Here's a short quote of mine in Colin Welch's blog post on learning in VR:

I can’t wait to see how the Gear VR is received and would be surprised if mobile GPUs in 10 years are not vastly more powerful than today’s desktop GPUs. I’d say that the tech will be there in 10 years for lightweight HMDs or glasses that will allow both VR and AR, at which point Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality will become synonymous. When powerful tech like that is affordable (it will be one day!), then what’s to stop it proliferating like smartphones
— Iestyn Lloyd

Personally, I can't wait to see what happens over the next 10 years. Whether I'm right or wrong, it's going to be one hell of an exciting journey!