many hours can be done in the least time. Likewise, there is new technology came that is called virtual reality.
Firstly one question comes in everyone s mind that what is a virtual reality?
Here I am going to give you the answer to this question and also explain some examples where this technology is used.
Virtual reality is an artificial environment created with the use of software and gives the illusion to the user that it is a real environment. It uses two senses that are sight and sound.
How does it work?
Virtual reality works with the help of virtual devices. The likes of the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift provide PC-based operations, though major players such as Google and Samsung offer more affordable, smartphone-based headsets. Sony has also managed to crack the console scene with its PlayStation VR.
A virtual reality (or VR) headset is a device that you wear over your eyes like a pair of goggles. It blocks out all external light and shows you an image on high-definition screens in front of your eyes. The goal of the VR headset is to immerse you in a game.
Where VR is used?
1. VR is used in the military. It creates a battle environment for the trainee so that they can be trained in a dangerous situation in a war. The key advantage of using this is the cost of training is reduced and replication of battlefield is created where no danger is faced by the trainee.
2. Sports training: VR is also used for sports for both player and viewer. It is used to analyze performance. VR is used to enhance the viewer’s experience in sports.
3. Mental Health: t is used to treat phobia. It provides a safe environment for the user where the came in contact with their fear.
There is some recent news regarding virtual reality as follows:
1. Virtual reality can help make people more compassionate compared to other media
2. Exploring the future of learning through virtual and augmented reality
These are some basic information regarding virtual reality with some uses.
I also gave links where you can refer the latest news regarding virtual reality. source: Internet