Virtual and augmented reality technology is advancing at an accelerating pace. Investors can now include VR/AR into their portfolio construction models.

On the upcoming webcast, The Next Evolution of Computing: Investing in Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR), Bryce Tillery, CEO of Eve Capital, Mark Swaringen, Co-Founder of Tactile Analytics, and Michael Venuto, Chief Investment Officer for Toroso Asset Management, will demonstrate how augmented reality and virtual reality are opening up opportunities for investors to capitalize on a digital world, but at the same time, generate real profits.

As a way to access this growing markets, investors can look to something like the recently rebranded Tactile Analytics AR/VR Virtual Technologies Fund (CBOE: ARVR).

“We believe that ARVR technology is an exciting development that encompasses many more industries and opportunities than commonly thought. ARVR technology has the potential to create transformative change in multiple industries and with such disruption comes potential opportunity for investors,” according to Tactile Analytics.

ARVR will invest at least 80% of its total assets in securities of the EQM Tactile AR/VR Virtual Technology Index. The index it tracks is designed to measure the performance of companies listed on public stock exchanges globally that are expected to benefit from the increased adoption of augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) technologies.