Virtual Reality

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Virtual Reality

A computer simulation that takes data inputs and uses a stated methodology to create outputs. Virtual reality is used in gaming. Likewise, it is important in science and business to predict future trends.
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Products like the Kinect motion sensing device and the new Sony 3D goggles bring us to an inflection point in the quality to price ratio: Fantastic immersive 3D visuals, robust real-time motion sensing, and high-performance graphics CPUs, are now all incredibly affordable.
Summary: Using google cardboard 3D goggles, image targets and in-built phone sensors which most android phones are equipped with, users of the app can get up-close and personal with their fears.
Sitting in a car, you don 3D goggles and take control of a light gun, which appears to shoot everything from baseballs to custard pies at on-screen targets themed on the Toy Story movies.
Meanwhile Mr Todd is hoping to tap into the military sector having achieved the backing of the NHS for the software which involves 3D goggles, a "haptic pen" and gives the sensation of real-life patient interaction in a virtual environment.
From the moment I picked up my 3D goggles I knew I was in for a thrilling journey on the Starlight Express.