Virtual Reality – the computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional image or environment that can be interacted with in a seemingly real or physical way by a person using special electronic equipment, such as a helmet with a screen inside or gloves fitted with sensors.
How VR will be used, and the changes that the technology will make to the day-to-day lives of regular people is still a matter of speculation.
Gamers are warming up their trigger fingers for a new level of immersive gaming, and the field of entertainment will be transformed by the changes. But use cases in other industries could be just as transformative.
Virtual Reality – First talk about what is Virtual Reality? Virtual reality is an artificail environment or scene that are created by using hardware devices and software of a computer.
This artificial scene or environment is presented in such a manner that it look and appears 3-D and we feel like a 3-D world.
To experience a vitual reality scene or environment, a user requires a head- mounted display (HMD) and special types of gloves which receives input from the computer. A HMD keeps a track on how eyes move and responds by sending a new input video.
Also a user require the data gloves which sensor the movement of hand and interface those movement by a computer. The most important element requied for virtual reality is the software to give a real experience which feels like a real world.
Note that a virtual environment reprsents a 3-D world thta it look either real or abstract.
It includes real system like buildings, lanscapes, spacecraft, trees, human anatomy, sculptures, crime scene, solar system and many more. these virtual environment are animated and can be reprents like a real world.
What Is Virtual Reality and How Does It Work?
Indeed, some amazing and inventive new ways to use VR technology are already appearing that could dramatically impact people in their daily lives. Continue reading