Modern VR technologies are designed to let users be immersed in a virtual environment while still allowing them to remain in reality. Modern VR devices are now more accessible than ever thanks to a higher resolution, a wider viewing angle, improved motion tracking and decreased latency. The consumer interest in VR has increased again due to.
VR’s applications now go beyond gaming and entertainment with new immersive technologies for collaboration and education in the workplace. In addition to allowing students to participate in interactive media and create their own knowledge, VR enables students to interact with intricate systems like airplanes and robots, while being safe and free from the dangers of physical contact.
VR is very popular for attending concerts, either live or via prerecorded footage that can be viewed with a VR headset. This was particularly beneficial during the COVID-19 Pandemic, when travel restrictions and social distance made it difficult for many people to attend live concerts or visiting their friends. However they were connected via VR.
The most recent VR technology takes it a step further by adding touch capabilities, turning the device into an immersive holographic display that can be touched and felt and even seen. This technology has the potential to transform business meetings, by eliminating the need for heavy binders of showroom materials. This could enhance the quality of design critique, quality control and communications with clients without misinterpretation.