Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality (VR) enables users to see an inexistent, imaginative world. In other words, a simulative environment is being created in which user can perform actions and view responses in accordance to the theme of the (created) virtual environment. For ex: If the virtual environment is of simulative game-play, user may select gaming options and play that game (but nothing actually will happen 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 user's gestures, actions along with overall body movements for generating appropriate responses.

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Understanding VR - Concept & Applications