While some technologies are bringing new dynamics to the way we live and work, others are completely revolutionizing our lives. One of such technologies set to make revolutionary changes to our way of life and how we interact with the real world is virtual reality. Unlike true reality that envelopes the real world we live in, virtual reality simulates bits of the real world or totally imaginary worlds using high-performance computerized systems and sensory equipment like gloves and headsets.
Virtual Reality videos are immersive film content that can be accessed using virtual reality headsets. This new kind of video makes you feel like you are actually experiencing what’s happening in the video, as you feel your way around your imaginary world through the rendition of 3D images. Using a similar ploy that individuals use to view the world, virtual reality video, unlike traditional user interfaces, gives you a sense of intensity while you surf all directions. You see things as they appear before you; near objects appear near and far objects appear far. Instead of the experience of viewing a screen, you are immersed and able to interact with 3D worlds.
Also since VR gives an immerse experience, there has been no past technology that can be compared to it, and its applications are almost endless. Indeed, VR is more than a passing trend as there will be little in the way of life that will be untouched by it. In fact, Bloomberg estimates that by the year 2025, the VR industry will increase to a whopping $182 billion market. Presently, as VR technology progresses, several uses of VR are surfacing. It is being used in various capacities, mostly inculcating job processes and training, experiences or introducing a new idea to an audience. Thus, it is an understatement to state that virtual reality will cause a mass revolution, and is certainly here to disrupt the way we experience the real world.