With the use of technology an artificial environment; which seems realistic, is known as Virtual Reality. Virtual Reality creates a Virtual Environment. This can be experienced through two things: sound and sight.
Virtual Reality(VR) is a fake or simulated world; it is not a real world, it is actually an imaginative world of animation. Here are some examples of Virtual Reality which we have already experienced like Real Estate, Healthcare, Tourism etc.
Virtual Reality Cloud (VRC) is also the most whispered word these days. It is nothing else but Cloud Computing itself with the touch of Virtual Reality. Virtual Reality Cloud is getting services from the Cloud.
The animations such as motion graphics, 2D animation, 3D animation etc is nothing else but Virtual Reality which is getting better day by day or is getting more advanced.
According to IDC Research Forecast in 2018 if someone invests in VR and AR it’ll multiply their growth 21 times further.
Some types of Virtual Realities are described below
Completely/Fully Immersive Reality will give you experience of a virtual world; also the events that are passing with you. Not only you’ll see the virtual world but also you’ll hear and substantially feel whatever is passing with you. It feels like you’re actually present there in the virtual world.
Virtual Reality is growing rapidly in the world of gaming and also somewhat in education. Some special equipments of Virtual Reality are VR glasses, body detectors which are equipped with sensors, gloves etc.
Whenever you interact with Virtual Reality with or through the computers but the environment of the computer is not connecting with you is Non-Immersive Virtual Reality.
Semi-Immersive Virtual Reality is partially Non-Immersive and partially Fully Immersive Virtual Reality. In this you will get partially virtual environment and partially from their surroundings.
The best suited example of Semi-Immersive Virtual Reality is Virtual tour; as it can be device based or can be web based. Even various businesses are opting for this VR as in this the players can move freely.
In Collaborative Virtual Reality the platform allows users to interact with various other users remotely no matter what is the location. So the users meet up in their virtual personal space apart from this they can also communicate through their text and even speech.
The best example for this can be PUBG; in this games various players or users come with their particular Virtual Character and collaborate with other players, another example of this is online Ludo where various players come up and play, chat etc.
Augmented Virtual Reality is the most interesting topic going on nowadays. In this you will get a virtual object in the real world. Like you have a table in your living room and you place a cat on your table.
The best example of this is Snapchat; so even Snapchat uses Augmented Reality. Now what happens is as you put your face on snapchat it detects face by your eyes, ears, nose etc and then you get a filter on your face.
Programming languages used for Virtual Reality are:-
Technologies used for Virtual Reality are:-
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