What Is Virtual Reality: Definitions, Devices, and Examples
The use of computer technology to create a simulated environment is known as virtual reality (VR).
Virtual reality's top competitors are the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR (PSVR)
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Hardware and software are combined in the VR process to produce immersive experiences that "trick" the eye and brain. While software provides the depicted virtual environment, hardware supports sensory stimulation and simulation like as noises, touch, smell, or heat intensity.
In most cases, VR technology consists of headsets and add-ons like controllers and motion trackers.
Hardware for virtual reality can be sensory aids like controllers, headphones, hand trackers, treadmills, and, for makers, 3D cameras.
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Due to technological advancements, VR is constantly getting better, and the newest "category killers" change quickly.