Virtual Reality (VR) enables users to see a non-existent, imaginative world. In other words, a simulated environment is being created in which a user can perform actions and view responses in accordance with the theme of the (created) virtual environment. For ex: If the virtual environment is game-play, the user may select gaming options and play that game but nothing actually happens in the real-world. This becomes possible through a wearable VR headset that comes fitted with motion sensors, accelerometers, etc. It creates the desired environment and assesses the user's gestures, actions along with overall body movements for generating the appropriate responses.