Another World: Virtual and Augmented Reality Infiltrate Trading Floors

Banks and exchanges turn to new technologies to enhance workflows, but it's still early days for the virtual trading floor.

As augmented reality and virtual reality devices become more accessible, financial institutions are seeing the technology’s potential to overhaul how their staff communicate and bring data to life in ways that simply weren’t possible before. But projects may still have to wait years before they make their way to the trading floor. By Emilia David.

One day, in the future, a trader will pick up a shiny pair of glasses, put it over their eyes and instantly bring up the image of a counterparty that

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