How does the world look like with virtual technology?

Virtual reality has taken the world by storm. You might think that you have experienced all that there is to know about virtual reality. However, we can assure you that what you know is only the beginning.

Over the next few years, in VR, we will be seeing new cutting-edge technology that will change your perspective on life. The games will be amazing, but VR will affect other parts of our lives too like social media, culture, and education. The most popular VR applications today employ comprehensive control of a user’s senses (especially sight and hearing) to produce a fully immersive experience that immerses the user in a fully virtual environment that feels very genuine.

Extended reality (XR), which encompasses virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) will be one of the most significant tech trends in the next five years. Other technological advances, such as super-fast networking, will enable and complement VR as a cloud service, similar to how we already consume music and movies. Artificial intelligence (AI) will give us more individualised virtual worlds to explore, as well as lifelike virtual individuals with whom we may share our experiences.

So, what does the future look like with virtual reality implemented? Let’s look at how virtual reality can affect a few key industries.

VR and our social life

VR Chat, Altspace VR, and Rec Room are just a few of the VR-based social services that allow friends or strangers to meet up and chat or play in virtual worlds. Similarly to other industries, the increasing level of immersion made possible by technical advancements will make VR increasingly practical and appealing to mass audiences over the next decade.

Facebook, which has long been interested in virtual reality thanks to its acquisition of gear maker Oculus, debuted its Horizon platform this year. It allows people to create and share collaborative online environments where they may hang out, play games, or collaborate on projects. It is currently in beta.

With our busy lives and most of our work and events moving to being remote, it’s completely realistic that our social life will take that turn too.

VR in games and entertainment

Gaming is the key for VR, and the vast market of individuals are eager to spend money on the most impressive and immersive entertainment experiences. That is why this technology is advancing at such a rapid pace.

Games are, by far, the most obvious route for VR with VR headsets and other equipment making games feel like reality. Apart from video games, many real money online casino sites, such as BetMGM, are using VR to their advantage with the introduction of live casinos and other methods to make players feel like they are experiencing something similar to a traditional casino feeling.

While the most immersive and spectacular technology is large, expensive, and requires technical expertise to operate, it is more feasible to deliver it in designated venues rather than at home. However, stay-at-home options, like movies, so exist providing something less amazing but more convenient — but technology is bound to produce something bigger and better soon!

VR in education

As new technologies arise, new teaching and learning approaches will become more successful. The Teslasuit, which uses a full-body suit to provide haptic feedback, improving immersion through touch, is one that is expected to create waves. It also has a variety of biometric sensors that can assess the user’s heart rate, sweat, and other stress signs. The suit is currently being used in NASA astronaut training, but its applications are limitless.

Do you think virtual technology will massively improve our lives in the coming years? Let us know!

Huynh Nguyen

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