The multiple dimensional technologies have come a long way from two-dimensional (2D) to three-dimensional (3D) technologies. The 2D technology has had a long stay in the market; however, technological advancements have developed the 3D technology to the extent that it is being used in multiple applications, namely 3D Printing Industry, Entertainment, Healthcare, Government and Defense, Aerospace, Industrial and Manufacturing and Architecture. Entertainment has been the most dominant application in the market, and it is expected that entertainment would continue to lead the market in the forecast period.
Comprehensive report published by AMR forecast 3D technology market to reach $175.1 billion, by the end of 2020, growing at a CAGR of 21% during 2013-2020. The three-dimensional (3D) technology has gradually advanced as principal procedure for modeling, prototyping and imaging in various applications over the past few years.
With higher accuracy, lower privacy risk, easier reverse engineering, fastidiousness in data and improved communication platform, the 3D technology market is expected to grow faster. However, higher cost, lower awareness and lack of infrastructure are hindering the market growth.
Table Of Content:
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
CHAPTER 3. GLOBAL 3D TECHNOLOGY MARKET OVERVIEW
CHAPTER 4. 3D TECHNOLOGY MARKET, BY PRODUCT
CHAPTER 5. 3D TECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION
CHAPTER 6. 3D TECHNOLOGY ,BY GEOGRAPHY
CHAPTER 7. COMPANY PROFILES
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