Virtual Reality | How VR works | Purpose of virtual reality
Virtual reality (VR) refers to a computer-generated simulation in which a person can interact within an artificial three-dimensional environment using electronic devices, such as special goggles with a screen or gloves fitted with sensors.
In simple words,
Virtual reality (VR), the use of computer modeling and simulation that enables a person to interact with an artificial three-dimensional (3-D) visual or other sensory environment.
In a typical VR format, a user wearing a helmet with a stereoscopic screen views animated images of a simulated environment.
It makes use of computer technology to create interactive virtual experiences viewed through a headset. Users are placed ‘inside’ a simulated world potentially giving a greater sense of immersion than is experienced through a ‘traditional’ flat screen. VR is one of the technologies with the highest projected potential for growth.
According to the latest forecasts from IDC Research (2018), investment in VR and Augmented reality (AR) will multiply 21-fold over the next four years, reaching 15.5 billion euros by 2022.
What is difference between VR and AR?
What is the purpose of VR?
VR technology is used to create immersive experiences that can help educate and even entertain consumers. Outside of its popular gaming use case, virtual reality is applied in a variety of industries, such as medicine, architecture, military, and others.
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