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Ways in Which VR Can Influence Our Lives

Published on 14 November 16
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Virtual reality (VR) can be defined as the use of computer technology in creating simulated surroundings. VR places the user inside an experience, unlike the conventional user interfaces. The computer is transformed into a form of a gatekeeper in this non-natural world through the stimulation of the many senses of hearing, touch vision and even smell. The primary challenge to the VR technology is the accessibility of the content and inexpensive computers.

VR allows us to go outside the confines of the material apparatus to execute anything that can be computed. For instance, you can create a three-mile high tower using just toothpicks. The biggest way the VR is changing people’s workplace is through training and simulations. If a company wants to train its employees on a certain piece of expensive machinery, they do it through a VR simulator. Hospitals have adopted the use of VR technology in some ways; there was one instance where the doctor was to perform an operation on a small kid’s heart. He took the scans of the baby’s heart and uploaded them to a laptop and toured it with his VR headset and he managed to sketch out the entire surgical procedure ahead of time and saved the baby’s life. Therefore, it can be concluded that the VR technology can use to save people’s lives by adopting it in our hospitals.

In the education sector, the VR has also made some big changes through the Google Expeditions. The Google has been sending the elementary schools with the VR headsets and lesson plans that enable the students to go on VR field trip, say, the face of the moon or any other planet besides Earth. VR is creating a completely new environment for students in schools to assist them to learn new concepts.

In the gaming side, the gamers want something intuitive. For example, when you are riding a roller coaster and go down a hill, your stomach drops out; even though it is not real, your body should react as if it is there. When gamers use the 3D technology in gaming let’s say, in a shark stimulation scenario people react by screaming making it more fun.

People with high functioning autism use VR to be more effective at the job interviews. They practice their interviews using a wide range of interviewers of different age, gender, and ethnicity. Even though the people they interact with are not real, the brain becomes quite good at suspension of the disbelief, and the interviewees feel as if they are real. Therefore, the VR help these interviewees to translate the behaviors they learn from VR in the real world.

The virtue reality is also changing our communication experiences in some ways; supposedly, I wanted to show you how to cook a certain meal, I can invite you to my virtual apartment and take you through the virtually simulated class. Also, you can take someone through your favorite virtual woods to give them an experience of walking in the forest.


In conclusion, the technology of VR will make the world even smaller than it is currently. It will increase the ability of people to telecommunicate and even work together across the national geographical boundaries bringing us closer together, making the world a global village.

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Virtual reality (VR) can be defined as the use of computer technology in creating simulated surroundings. VR places the user inside an experience, unlike the conventional user interfaces. The computer is transformed into a form of a gatekeeper in this non-natural world through the stimulation of the many senses of hearing, touch vision and even smell. The primary challenge to the VR technology is the accessibility of the content and inexpensive computers.

VR allows us to go outside the confines of the material apparatus to execute anything that can be computed. For instance, you can create a three-mile high tower using just toothpicks. The biggest way the VR is changing people’s workplace is through training and simulations. If a company wants to train its employees on a certain piece of expensive machinery, they do it through a VR simulator. Hospitals have adopted the use of VR technology in some ways; there was one instance where the doctor was to perform an operation on a small kid’s heart. He took the scans of the baby’s heart and uploaded them to a laptop and toured it with his VR headset and he managed to sketch out the entire surgical procedure ahead of time and saved the baby’s life. Therefore, it can be concluded that the VR technology can use to save people’s lives by adopting it in our hospitals.

In the education sector, the VR has also made some big changes through the Google Expeditions. The Google has been sending the elementary schools with the VR headsets and lesson plans that enable the students to go on VR field trip, say, the face of the moon or any other planet besides Earth. VR is creating a completely new environment for students in schools to assist them to learn new concepts.

In the gaming side, the gamers want something intuitive. For example, when you are riding a roller coaster and go down a hill, your stomach drops out; even though it is not real, your body should react as if it is there. When gamers use the 3D technology in gaming let’s say, in a shark stimulation scenario people react by screaming making it more fun.

People with high functioning autism use VR to be more effective at the job interviews. They practice their interviews using a wide range of interviewers of different age, gender, and ethnicity. Even though the people they interact with are not real, the brain becomes quite good at suspension of the disbelief, and the interviewees feel as if they are real. Therefore, the VR help these interviewees to translate the behaviors they learn from VR in the real world.

The virtue reality is also changing our communication experiences in some ways; supposedly, I wanted to show you how to cook a certain meal, I can invite you to my virtual apartment and take you through the virtually simulated class. Also, you can take someone through your favorite virtual woods to give them an experience of walking in the forest.

In conclusion, the technology of VR will make the world even smaller than it is currently. It will increase the ability of people to telecommunicate and even work together across the national geographical boundaries bringing us closer together, making the world a global village.

More interesting info you can get by visiting our site

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