Frequency of virtual reality headset usage in Belgium 2018

The statistic displays the results of a survey concerning the frequency of a virtual reality headset usage in Belgium in 2018. Participants were asked to indicate when they last used a virtual reality headset. According to data published by Deloitte, eight percent indicated to have used a virtual reality headset in the last day, whereas roughly 30 percent mentioned they used it last week.

When did you last use a virtual reality headset?

Frequency of usage
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Release date

December 2018



Survey time period

July 2018

Number of respondents

64 respondents

Age group

18-75 years

Special properties

respondents having access to a virtual headset

Supplementary notes

This question was phrased by the source as follows: "When was the last time you used each device? Was it within the…? Virtual reality headset"

Data of virtual headsets is excluding cardboard versions.

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