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Voice overs are everywhere. They’re in TV commercials, radio ads, website videos, and even in some video games. And as technology continues to evolve, the voice over industry is likely to pop up in even more places. Here are a few places we can expect to hear voice overs in the future.

1. Virtual Reality experiences: As virtual reality becomes more realistic, businesses are looking for ways to incorporate it into their marketing efforts. One way they’re doing this is by creating virtual reality experiences that allow users to “try before they buy.” For example, a furniture company could create a virtual reality experience that allows users to see how a piece of furniture would look in their home before they make a purchase. Voice overs will play an important role in these experiences, providing guidance and instructions to users as they navigate through the virtual world.

2. IoT devices: The “Internet of Things” refers to devices that are connected to the internet and can exchange data with each other. This includes everything from smart TVs and thermostats to refrigerators and cars. Many of these devices are controlled by voice commands, and as the number of IoT devices continues to grow, so too will the demand for voice overs.

3. Marketing campaigns: Voice overs are commonly used in marketing campaigns, and as marketers become more sophisticated in their use of data, we can expect to see them using voice overs in more targeted and personalized ways. For example, a perfume company might use voice overs in its advertising targeting women aged 25-35 who live in major cities. Or a car company might use voice overs targeting men aged 45-55 who live in rural areas. By using data to segment their target audiences, marketers can create more effective campaigns that achieve better results.

The future of voice overs is looking bright! As technology continues to evolve, we can expect to hear them in more places than ever before—from virtual reality experiences and IoT devices to targeted marketing campaigns, there’s no limit to wherevoice overs can be used.