The Latest Types of Virtual Reality Trends: Hip or Hype?

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Virtual reality (VR) is a rapidly evolving technology that has been gaining popularity in recent years. From gaming to education, VR has become a tool for simulating experiences.

It is the most basic form of VR technology. It usually involves a computer screen or a projection on a wall. The user interacts with the virtual environment using a keyboard, mouse.

Non-Immersive VR

This VR provides a more immersive experience than non-immersive VR. It typically involves a large screen or a projection that surrounds the user, providing a 180-degree view. 

 Semi-Immersive VR

Fully VR provides the most realistic and immersive experience. It typically involves a headset or HMD that completely covers the user’s eyes and ears, blocking out the real world. 

Fully-Immersive VR

Augmented reality (AR) overlays digital information onto the real world, enhancing the user's perception of reality.

Augmented Reality

Collaborative VR allows people from different locations to come together in a virtual environment to collaborate on a project or activity.

Collaborative VR 

Virtual tourism has become increasingly popular in recent years, allowing people to explore new places without leaving their homes. 

Virtual Tourism

Virtual education has become a popular tool for simulating experiences that would otherwise be impossible. 

Virtual education

Virtual customer experience has provided amazing customer experiences, allowing companies to create virtual storefronts on metaverse platforms such as Decentraland and The Sandbox.

Virtual customer 

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