What is Virtual Reality?
- Virtual Reality is also called Virtual Environments, Virtual Worlds, or Microworlds.
- It may be defined as an artificial environment that is created by using special computer hardware and software. This artificial environment is presented to users in such a way that it appears and feels like a real three-dimensional world. In simple words, it may be defined as a three-dimensional, computer-generated situation that simulates the real world.
- The original term for Virtual Reality was “Immersive Virtual Reality” which means the user becomes fully immersed in an artificial, three-dimensional world that is completely generated by a computer.
- At present, it is achieved with the help of VR Headsets. In order to make the experience of Virtual Reality more realistic, it promotes other sensory information like sound, smell, motion, temperature, etc. The most essential element required for virtual reality is the software to give an interactive experience that feels like an alternative to real-world experiences. It is a comparatively new field and has found its applications in medical studies to enable students to know the human body structure; in scientific research laboratories; in entertainment like games and movies to allow different individuals to experience adventure under extreme conditions; in sales promotion; extensively in driving schools as it gives a real-life experience of road and the traffic; in military training to familiarize different areas in the battlefield as it gives a real-like experience.
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