Virtual Reality (VR) — Everything you need to know
We all know about term virtual reality. Most trending word in today’s world. In short form, I am going to introduce virtual reality here:
“look around” the artificial world with high-quality VR move in it.
Virtual reality is displayed with a virtual reality headset.
Virtual reality gaming is where a person can experience being in a three-dimensional environment and interact with that environment during a game. This is an essential part of the game. These are small sensors which are attached to a data glove, suit or even the body and record movements made by that person in a 3D space. Those movements are interpreted by a computer and trigger a variety of responses within that space.
For example: You wear a data glove which has sensors attached to it. You wear this as part of a driving game. These sensors record the way your hand moves as part of this game, say when turning the steering wheel in a particular direction.
And let’s not forget the internet. There are games programmers who like the idea of a three-dimensional internet in which you are able to explore websites in a dynamic way. Rather than clicking on a link and scanning the information on a webpage you will be able to physically touch that page and manipulate it. Think of a web page as a location which you can explore at your leisure.
This type of interaction is seen in virtual worlds such as Second Life which allows you to socialize with others in a 3D environment.
Google’s secret VR weapon “Project Tango”?
Google will almost surely make VR the center of its annual developer conference Google IO, which is happening on May 18th. Google has created an entire VR division within the company. Tango lets you see more of your world. Just hold up your phone, and watch as virtual objects and information appear on top of your surroundings. So no matter where you are, there’s always a richer, deeper experience to engage with, explore and enjoy.
Official Website: Show your interest on TANGO
Devices using Tango technology
-Lenovo Phab 2 Pro
-Asus ZenFone AR
Google’s First VR-based Film
Sit at the center of “Table”, a new interactive virtual reality film by google.
“Table” is the latest in a series of experiments from Google’s ART Copy and Code project.It is created in WebVR, making it easily viewable on any smartphone via the Chrome browser in 360 video mode or with a VR headset.
Watch Trailer here:
Originally published at 10feed.com on April 29, 2017.