Virtual Reality Disadvantages

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We all heard about virtual reality or VR so what is virtual reality? Virtual reality (VR) means experiencing things through our computers that don 't really exist. The idea of the virtual reality is to replace yourreality with something some new virtual computer-generated three-dimensional image orenvironment and it could be some game or some environment we walk around or some video that’s playing all around you when we look around but the idea is to trick your brain into thinking that’s our new reality. We 'll probably never go to Mars, swim with dolphins, run an Olympic 100 meters, or sing onstage with the Rolling Stones. But if virtual reality ever lives up to its promise, we might be able to do all these things—and many more—without…show more content…
Virtual reality can be divided into: The simulation of a real environment for training and education. The development of an imagined environment for a game or interactive story.
There are numerous ways virtual reality can be used which provide enormous benefits to us. Medicine is one of the biggest beneficiaries with the development of surgery simulation. This is often used as a training aid and enables the surgeon to perform an operation on a ‘virtual patient’ or to see inside the human body. It is also used as a diagnostic tool in that it provides a more detail view of the human body compared to X-rays and
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While there are a few tracking system companies that have been around since the earliest days of virtual reality, most companies are small and don’t last very long. As for creating virtual worlds, it can take a long time to create a convincing virtual environment - the more realistic the environment, the longer it takes to make it. It could take a team of programmers more than a year to duplicate a real room accurately in virtual space. Another challenge for Virtual Environment or VE system developers is creating a system that avoids bad ergonomics. Many systems rely on hardware that encumbers a user or limits his options through physical tethers. Without well-designed hardware, a user could have trouble with his sense of balance or inertia with a decrease in the sense of telepresence, or he could experience cyber sickness, with symptoms that can include disorientation and
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