What Is Virtual Reality (VR)?
Virtual Reality (VR) is a computer-generated simulation of an environment or situation that allows users to interact with it in a seemingly real way. It can be used for entertainment, educational and medical purposes. VR technology uses headsets, gloves and other devices to create the illusion of being inside a virtual world. The user’s movements are tracked by sensors which allow them to move around within the simulated environment as if they were actually there.
The potential applications of Virtual Reality are vast; from gaming and entertainment experiences such as roller coaster rides, horror movies or even underwater exploration, to more practical uses like training simulations for pilots or surgeons. With advances in technology, VR has become increasingly accessible and affordable for consumers who want to experience immersive worlds without leaving their homes. Companies have also begun using this technology in marketing campaigns where customers can explore products before buying them online or at stores.