Virtual reality has taken over an innumerable number of fields. It might have been invented for a particular need, but now there is a whole host of uses for computer-simulated reality. A lot of people know what virtual reality is but are still oblivious of its endless applications. Below are some of the important virtual reality uses:
Gaming activities on computers and Playstation has always revolved around the idea of virtual reality. The gaming experience has reached a whole new level of the reality head-mounted displays (HMD) have been released. This started off in the 1990s but has become very popular and is loved all around the world.
The paramount for immersion into virtual reality require a high frame rate and low latency. The pixel persistence of the display is supposed to be less than 3 ms, so the player doesn’t get nausea or vertigo when moving the head around.
Famous examples of virtual reality head mounts for video games are Nintendo’s Virtual Boy, Virtual I-O’s iGlasses, Wii Remote and how can one forget to add PlayStation Eye/ PlayStation Move to the list.
All three military services i.e. army, navy, and air force have adopted virtual reality replicate an environment rich of competition and allowing the soldiers to train themselves to an exponentially right level.
Virtual reality is often displayed on a head mounting piece when it comes to military activities. It is also accompanied by headphones that feed into the auditory sensory stimulation of the person subjected to training.
The introduction of virtual reality to the military has saved the departments from the worry of untrained combatants, serious injury or any fatal accident’s occurrence during training sessions.
It would be unfair if we don’t mention the role of immersive multimedia in the world of medical. VR training helps medical personnel’s to enhance their experience about trauma and injury without any consequence of the death or further damage. Robotic surgeries and surgeries that occur miles away from the surgeon in charge are all possible because of the existence of this technology.
Virtual Reality was tested and tried to analyze its exact amount benefit in surgery by an experiment. Sixteen resident surgeons participated, and the half of them used VR training to learn laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Later, it was known that eight of sixteen doctors who had used VR training in their learning section performed gallbladder dissection 29 times faster than the ones who had not used it.