Virtual Reality: a part of technology.

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How a day, virtual reality is becoming the most used concept in the world, as most of the movies and games are made using virtual reality(3D) view, where people are getting stuck to it. In this technique, the user does not interact with the real world, the user takes the experience of the digital world.

Virtual Reality means, taking the experience of things through computers that don’t really exist. It is the use of computer modeling and simulation where the person interacts with an artificial 3D environment.

A person using virtual reality gadgets is able to look around the artificial world, move around it, and interact with the items. The effect is commonly done by VR headsets containing a head-mounted display with a small screen in front of eyes, but this can also be created in a room with large screens.

Mostly, VR related headsets displays are based on technology, which is developed for smartphones. This includes small HD screens, motion sensors for tracking hand positions, and a small and faster processor.

More VR- style Technologies include:

  1. Augmented Reality.
  2. Mixed Reality.

1.Augmented Reality:

Augmented Reality is sharing one experience with the real world, by using computer interfaces. This reality is directly or indirectly connected with the real world. The best example is a sports match shown on TV, where additional information is shown such as scores.

To develop augmented reality, it requires hardware components such as input devices, sensors, processors, and output devices. However, in augmented reality, the user interacts with the real world and the implementation cost is less as compared to VR.

2.Mixed Reality:

Mixed reality consists of augmented and virtual reality. Where starting from real world, and placing it into the digital world, such as hologram. where it works with both AR and VR. It is used in the military, healthcare applications.

Virtual Reality Applications:

  1. Entertainment.
  2. Healthcare.
  3. Media.
  4. Engineering.