Virtual reality is the simulation of real environment in the form of computer generated 3D images. It is a Interesting way to travel using nothing more than the power of technology. With a headset and motion tracking, VR lets you look around a virtual space as if you’re actually there. It’s also been a promising technology for decades that’s never truly caught on. That’s changing with the current wave of VR products.
Applications of Virtual Reality -:
- Video Games
- Training and Simulation
VR can save organizations time and money, and make work more convenient. Workers won’t have to travel in order to make decisions and complete projects. For example, architects from across the globe can use virtual reality to evaluate designs, this alone is a monetary godsend. VR also opens the door for a virtual marketplace, where shoppers can try on garments, and can see what that Arabian rug will look like in your den.
Virtual Reality has the potential to bring digital workers together in digital meetings and conferences – real time event coverage – imagine Facebook Live with VR. Rather than merely seeing the other person on a screen, you’ll be able to feel as if you are in the same room with them, despite being miles away. With the rise of the freelancer economy, virtual meetings may become the norm rather than the exception.
Virtual reality therapy, also called virtual reality exposure therapy, allows you to enter a virtual world that is carefully constructed to increase your exposure to negative stimuli, so you can build resilience and emotional strength. VRT can provide stimuli for patients who have difficulty in imagining scenes and/or are too phobic to experience real situations.
Provides a safe way
Provides a safe way to build skills in challenging or risky tasks, simulated practice modes are especially beneficial to surgeons in training, especially those performing laparoscopic surgery, who can view their technique on a video monitor.
Helps people with autism: Children with autism interact well with technology, especially VR, which can help them learn social cues as well as enhance their motor skills.