Implementation of Virtual Reality in Healthcare, Games, Fashion and Education, and it Future
||International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT)||
|© 2019 by IJCTT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2019|
|Authors : Mrs. Manjusha Sreekumar, Mr. Satwik P M|
|DOI : 10.14445/22312803/IJCTT-V67I4P114|
MLA Style: Mrs. Manjusha Sreekumar, Mr. Satwik P M "Implementation of Virtual Reality in Healthcare, Games, Fashion and Education, and it Future" International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology 67.4 (2019): 63-66.
APA Style:Mrs. Manjusha Sreekumar, Mr. Satwik P M (2019). Implementation of Virtual Reality in Healthcare, Games, Fashion and Education, and it Future. International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology, 67(4), 63-66.
Virtual reality is an artificially created condition which encourages us to encounter things through automated systems that does not exist. It very well may be felt principally through two of five detects that are sight and sound. The whole skill by a man is a blend of material data and treatment of data by brains. VR exhibits a version of reality which is not actually present but can be discerned as real by a person. VR alludes to a specific sort of reality copying which enable us to see things that are unrealistic in physical reality. VR is for the most part utilized in amusements and in 3D motion pictures. Be that as it may, in current years the idea of VR is connected in different fields, for example, training human services for military business developments design utility. It reduces the wastage of resources and is helpful in maximization of output. Currently, IT companies are investing billions of dollars in VR technology and there are millions of VR users. Applications of VR are broadly used in the field of Health Sciences (HS), Health Care (HC) and Education. Developing countries like India, VR market will grow more than 70% in coming years. In this paper, we are focusing mainly on applications of VR in different fields and future of VR in coming years.
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Virtual Reality (VR), Health Sciences (HS), Health Care (HC)