Virtual reality has become more popular in the past few years. People are finding ways to connect with others remotely in more immersive ways.But how does it relate to Virtual Reality? Let’s first understand what Virtual Reality is.
VR is a computer technology that helps to create simulated environments. VR places the user inside a three-dimensional experience. Users are immersed in and interact with 3D worlds, instead of viewing a screen in front of them.
Virtual reality is a combination of hardware and software to create an immersive experience that fools Eye and brain.
Virtual reality is mostly associated with Gaming, but it is also used to simulate travel, aid learning, communication and more. Due to the pandemic, social interaction and remote work have increased VR use.
Training : Use of VR can be more impactful in training employees of the organisation. The employees can understand other people’s work by standing in their shoes, VR has the ability to do so. As the technology goes on improving, VR is going to be a valuable tool in corporate training.
Healthcare : Imagine using VR to help patients with disorders such as anxiety or anorexia. VR is going to be very useful for students in medical school to deal with real time situations that they will face when they become doctors. For example, Empathy training. VR is already in use for Surgical training.
Travel : Use of VR in the travel industry can be very beneficial for high end travel. As a user, you can see and feel the location from your perspective instead of just watching a video or photos. VR can take you inside the property, so you would know what to expect.
Entertainment : As we know as of now, VR is mostly associated with gaming, the ability to provide immersive experiences will transform the entertainment industry. Users will interact in a highly personalised way. Users will be provided with a new form of engagement by choosing their own POV in a game or movie.