Every year, football fans get excited about the next crop of blue chip prospects joining their teams, from five-star high school recruits graduating to college to first-round rookies drafted into the NFL.

Those who follow the game more closely realize that, despite their promise, most freshmen and rookies take a year to mature into stars.

Albert Kim, head of Ericsson Ventures, has a similar view with the augmented reality industry. While general interest in augmented reality, based on Google Trends, has reached its peak over the past year, Kim sees numerous hurdles holding the technology… more


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