Virtual Reality

Virtual reality (VR) is an artificial environment that is presented to the user in such a realistic way that the user accepts it as a real environment. The experience is mainly experienced through sight and sound, though, touch can be a part of the experience as well. 

The potential uses for virtual reality are practically limitless. Applications of VR can include entertainment (cinematic experiences), education (VR training), design (visualization of models) and communication (VR meetings).

Virtual reality offers its users many different benefits. VR training is totally risk-free and can be performed anywhere and repeated as often as needed. Design work in virtual reality enables the user to observe the tiniest details and experience the models as intended – from a human perspective. VR meetings are a great way to interact with your colleagues and offers a nice change of pace from the regular virtual meetings.

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