Virtual Reality

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how it works

A virtual reality headset shows you an image and as soon as you move your head it modifies that image to make it seem like you’re really there. 3D audio can also enhance the experience and make you forget your physical surroundings.

The idea of virtual reality is that you trick your senses into thinking you’re in a world other than the one you’re physically in. VR accomplishes this with a headset, which tackles the visual aspect, and a pair of headphones for audio. The headset may have its own display (like the Oculus Rift) or it may use your smartphone as its brains and screen (like the Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard). Google Cardboard-style headsets are the cheapest and most common way to view VR right now.

Normally, when you’re watching video on your phone, it doesn’t matter where you put it — the video stays the same. With VR, the position of your phone determines what you see on screen. Using sensors, such as a gyroscope (which measures rotational movements), a VR device allows you to “look” around the virtual landscape surrounding you, in 360 degrees, as you turn your head.

  • Features

    • Life-like Shooter Games

    • Ride real-life roller coasters

    • Virtually Visit College Campuses

    • Volvo HoloLens Showroom

    • Visit virtual real estate

    • Switch genders and enter someone else’s body

    • Virtual Racing

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    Nanotech VR

    There is talk about using nanotechnology as a means of allowing us to push beyond the boundaries of the human body and enter into the digital world. You would become one with the virtual environment. Your brain would be uploaded into a computer system or network which would mean immortality but how much of this is science fiction rather than hard facts?

    Just to bring things back to the present: the reality at the moment is new advances in gaming technology which makes full use of virtual reality. This will hopefully lead to new types of games which push the boundaries as well as generating new experiences.

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