VR Experience

Virutal Reality in the Military

Virtual Reality Uses in the Military

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Experience

Virtual reality is a term that describes the technological mimicry of the real and imaginative worlds in a computerized, interactive environment. VR is a completely immersive, all-encompassing visual and sound-based experience for its audiences.

Virtual Reality Sensors

The Most Important Virtual Reality Sensors and Why They Matter

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Experience

Not so long ago we’d be sitting on buses or in boring meetings twiddling our thumbs. These days, our thumbs are a little busier thanks to our ever present companion, the smartphone.

Virtual Reality Motion Tracking

A Brief Guide to VR Motion Tracking Technology

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Experience

Entering a virtual environment without using motion tracking technology really doesn’t bear thinking about. You see, motion tracking, which is the digitizing of movement so as to be used by computers, is vitally important for creating a top quality Virtual Reality experience.

Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence

The Future of Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Experience

We are on the cusp of a massive shift in how technology impacts the way we live, work, and play. Big business disruption is coming, and at the heart of it will be virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI).

Guesture recognition technology for Virtual Reality

Gesture Recognition and Its Importance in VR

  • Posted by Aviram Eisenberg in VR Experience

In the current era, there exist, not one but several interfaces that have created intuitive and natural ways of human-computer communication. With the increase in computational developments and technical knowledge, the concept of interaction between mechanical devices and humans has enriched exponentially and given way to very sophisticated technologies.

Collaborative Virtual Environment - how to create

Collaborative Virtual Environment – How It Works?

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Experience

The coming age of digital immersion drives the global market for virtual and augmented reality. Fast-paced and fast-growing industries, every sector and major company is jumping on the AR/VR bandwagon, determined to bring the consumer world bigger, better opportunities. As such, it comes as no surprise that the latest industry reports estimate enormous successes in the coming years. The international market for virtual realities was recently valued at USD 1.37 Billion but is expected to grow exponentially to reach a projected value of USD 33.90 Billion in six short years. If that doesn’t put the growing trends of VR technology in perspective, we aren’t sure what will.

Virtual Reality Immersion - what is it and how it works

VR Immersion: A Step Closer to the Matrix

  • Posted by Aviram Eisenberg in VR Experience

Imagine for a moment putting on a virtual reality headset and feeling physically present in a non-physical environment. Everywhere you look you are met with the engrossing sights and sounds of a completely virtual world, and in the not-too-distant future, this virtual environment will be entirely indistinguishable from our real world.

What is a Full Dive Virtual Reality

Full Dive Virtual Reality – Coming Soon to a Brain Near You

  • Posted by Aviram Eisenberg in VR Experience

Immersive virtual reality has barely cleared the launch pad, but a new technology promises to redefine the VR experience. It’s called full dive virtual reality and it is straight out of science fiction — literally. Full dive virtual reality technology pushes VR beyond immersive headsets and makes the user one with the machine through the use of a Brain Machine Interface, or BMI. You read that right. The age of the cyborg is nearly upon us... almost.

What is a Vitual Reality Environment

VR Environment: What Is It and How Does It Work?

  • Posted by Aviram Eisenberg in VR Experience

Virtual meaning near or proximate, virtual reality can loosely be defined as something near reality or to what we feel and experience. Basically a realm created beyond the scope of the real world via latest computer hardware and software technology is known as a virtual reality. A VR environment, on the other hand, is the overall computer-generated atmosphere created by this latest technology, amplifying characters, objects or situations to create a three-dimensional, more immersive experience.