Welcome To The World Of Virtual Reality
Business is booming for Virtual Reality… However what we are about to witness is something out of this world.
VR has become more and more popular in the last few years – But how far can it go?
We are surrounded by Virtual Reality these days – with its forever increasing popularity, especially in the gaming industry.
You can now buy a basic VR headset for around £15 on the current market, with this headset you can place your mobile device inside – download the games on your phone and play.
Rollercoasters, horror mazes and walking around with dinosaurs – all from the comfort of your own bed.
We are still in the early days of Virtual Reality, yet the sales and word-of-mouth around VR have opened many doors.
What Makes Virtual Reality So Special?
Virtual Reality allows you to be somewhere you’re not – even if that is a fictional place.
For example, you may like watching football and really want to go to that important match but you can’t?
Well… With VR you now can.
In the UEFA Champions League final in 2017 held in Cardiff, you were able to watch the game with a VR headset – as if you were in the stadium!
The money involved in VR development and sales is booming.
A company can buy one seat in a stadium and sell it to millions to watch – And we get to watch the match like never before.
Virtual Reality also works hand in hand with a device we all have – our mobiles!
Currently, on the Sony Xperia XZ1 and the XZ1 Compact, they have a face scanning feature.
This means that the current cartoon avatars that are currently within the VR world, will soon be a 3D Virtual Reality version of us!
What’s To Come In The Future for VR?
Netflix has announced that they are going to start implementing VR into their service.
They have created a prototype – a VR Netflix cinema, that allows you to watch movies and shows like never before.
Watch with friends from around the world, you can even sit next to them on the sofa in front of the fireplace!
Navigation is simple, you just look at whatever option you want to watch. You don’t need any other hardware – other than the VR headset.
With how fast VR is developing and how far it has already come – maybe one day we will be able to go on holiday without actually going!
Very interested how we could go swimming, though?
With better graphics and innovative ideas heading our way – the future is bright for VR.