What is VR

 

The market increasingly prosperous with VR, put on these Goggles, go nowhere, and be transported anywhere. Definitely there are a lot of digital enthusiasts want it, but how can VR glasses play new tricks? Do you really know VR? Which VR brand enjoys good reputation? How to achieve VR be the best results? VR is all good? Let’s find these answers together.

What is VR

 

Hey, seriously, what is VR?

VR (Virtual Reality) aims to create a simulated environment through computer technology, differs from traditional user interfaces, virtual reality places the user inside an experience. Viewing a screen, users are able to interact with 3D worlds with many senses, such as hearing, vision, touch, even smell, the computer is transformed into a gatekeeper to this artificial world. The only limits to near-real VR experiences are the availability of content and cheap computing power.

 

What can VR do?

The simulation of a real space for education or training lessons.

 What is VR

 

The development of an imagined environment for interactive story or a game.What is VR

Top 3 of VR Brand:

1. Oculus Rift

What is VR: Oculus Rift

Oculus and their influential Rift headset have been synonymous with this decade’s VR boom. They are one of biggest names in VR, and now also one of the closest to delivering consumer access.

2. Samsung Gear VR

What is VR: Samsung Gear VR

The Gear VR, not unlike the Oculus Rift, is mounted on your face with two adjustable head straps that place it securely over your eyes for a more immersive experience.

Once positioned properly, the Gear VR displays images through individual lenses to your eyes to provide you with a virtual reality experience. Obviously, the biggest benefit of this VR is that smartphones are far more ubiquitous than high-end gaming PCs, but each side of the coin has its limitations.

3. HTC Vive

What is VR: HTC Vive

Created by phone manufacturer HTC and Gaming Company Valve, the Vive has impressed us in small dosed since it was announced in 2015. HTC combines top quality hardware with Valve’s Steam VR software, which is a first-person rework of their existing game client for managing and launching VR games. HTC has announced that its Vive VR headset will be priced at a whopping $799, $200 more than the pricey Oculus Rift headset.

 

What should we prepare for VR:

First, close your eyes, and imagine virtual reality and you probably seems like this

What is VR

A geek wearing a wraparound headset (HMD) and data gloves, wired into a powerful workstation or supercomputer.

 

Anyway, let’s take a quick tour through some of the more common VR input and output devices

1. Head-mounted displays (HMDs)Ds

You can see a 3D image that changes smoothly.

2. Immersive rooms

You can see images change accordingly when you move in the room

3. Data gloves

You can see something amazing and your natural instinct is to reach out and touch it

What is VR

 

What are the Disadvantages of Virtual Reality?

(Virtual reality can be used every day in a number of fields, from physical therapy to entertainment. As much as the advantages of what the technology might one day achieve are, the disadvantages of virtual reality will need to be considered). Some experts also Give us some warnings:

1. Disadvantage of using virtual reality as entertainment may include social isolation.

What is VR

 

2. Disadvantage of using virtual reality as entertainment may involves failure to recognize the consequences of actions in which a person is taking part.

 

What is VR

 

3. Disadvantage of the people who rely on virtual reality for entertainment and companionship will feel isolated, leading to depression and disassociation.

 

What is VR

 

4. Disadvantage of the virtual reality doesn’t provide the same sensations that sunshine and fresh air can.

 

What is VR

 

Anyway, let’s look forward the new generation of VR.

18 thoughts on “What is VR

  1. I just wonder if the tech is going to do what they think it will. We saw this in the ’90s and it wasn’t ready then, I hope it is now.

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  2. I tried VR with my smartphone and it’s really great! I hope I will try the Oculus Rift and/or the HTC Vive!

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