Virtual Reality allows the user to experience a simulated environment facilitated by computer technology. It is unique in the sense that it replicates a user’s physical presence and immerses the user inside an experience. Unlike traditional user interfaces enabled by viewing a screen, VR allows the user to interact with 3D worlds, thereby, elevating the experience. It provides a sensorial delight by involving senses as possible, such as vision, hearing, touch, even smell. The computer is like a gateway to this parallel universe, where the only limits to near-real VR experiences are the availability of content and cheap computing power.
Virtual Reality’s most immediately-recognizable component is the head-mounted display (HMD). The visuals are integral to an enhanced experience and can really make all the difference to VR sessions in comparison to traditional user interfaces. With the emergence of a variety of hardware and software options, the future of wearables has potential but yet unknown.
HTC Vive Pro Eye, Oculus Quest and Playstation VR are leading concepts paving the way, but with the foray of players like Google, Apple, Samsung, Lenovo and others, the industry may be in for a surprise with new levels of immersion and usability. Whoever comes out ahead, the simplicity of buying a helmet-sized device that can work in a living room, office, or factory floor has made HMDs centre stage when it comes to Virtual Reality technologies.
Expoodle will help you create experiences that are driven by your ideas to engage, immerse, and collaborate. With keeping in mind the need of our customers, we create environments that generate efficient output through minimal input.