Virtual reality (VR) is the computer generated simulation that allows human to engage with an artificial world. A sophisticated blend of software and hardware made virtual reality possible.
VR technology uses multi-projected environments or VR headsets with a small screen in front of the eyes to generate realistic sounds, sights, and other experiences that simulate a user's actual presence in the virtual world.
Augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality, sometimes known as extended reality (XR) are two further types of VR-style technologies.
- Architectural and urban design
- Digital marketing and activism
- Engineering and robotics
- Virtual communities
- Fine arts
- Healthcare and clinical treatments
- Heritage and archaeology
- Occupational safety
- Social science
- Enhance visualization
- Collaborative learning
- Imaginative and creative user experience.
- Effective communication
- Undermine Human Interaction
- Lack of flexibility