VR and AR special: Have your say on the exciting world of virtual and augmented reality on mobile

VR and AR special: Have your say on the exciting world of virtual and augmented reality on mobile

Augmented reality is becoming an ever-increasingly hot topic in the mobile space, particularly given the runaway success of Pokemon GO and Apple’s decision to create special AR games and apps categories on the App Store.

Virtual reality meanwhile, still yet to really push on but still getting kit into millions of consumers’ hands, offers another potentially exciting avenue for mobile developers.

To get a snapshot of where the sector current lies, through October we’ll be running articles related to AR and VR in the mobile space.

But we’d like your help too!

Submit your ideas

Got something to say about current state or potential of mobile AR and VR? Got design tricks to share? Are you doing something unique that you’re just dying to talk about?

Send your article suggestions to Editor Craig Chapple at

If you’re after inspiration, topics could include:

  • Case study: Lessons learned from developing a game for VR/AR
  • Design tips for VR and AR development
  • How to market your VR and AR game
  • The best business models to make revenue in these sectors
  • And any other ideas you can think of!

While we'll be focusing on mobile AR and VR, don't forget to check out our sister-site, our B2B site dedicated to VR, AR and XR across all platforms.

We're even hosting XR Connects alongside PG Connects in London on January 22nd to 23rd. And we're looking for speakers!

For advertising opportunities, email

Senior Editor

Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of and He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.


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