Virtual reality has yet to hit its peak despite remote collaboration tools, such as Zoom, gaining traction among remote workers all over the world.
VR companies that have raised money and customers have only been able to do so by catering to niches or opening up their services beyond VR-only audiences.
Still, many startups have raised funding in the past few months as they argue that existing collaboration platforms are dated and leave employees feeling disconnected. VR companies often pride themselves in allowing people to communicate more naturally.
For example, Anand Agarawala, CEO of AR/VR collaboration tool Spatial, said that the company locked down $14 million in funding this year and has big plans for how it can outperform Zoom.