As described in the video above Virtual Reality (VR) is a fully immersive, three-dimensional computer simulated environment which can be explored and interacted with by a person. It provides the audience with the feeling of being a part of the virtual environment, giving the viewer the opportunity to preform actions and manipulate objects.
To experience Virtual Reality you use head mounted displays (HMD) which through the use of sensors allows you to look 360 degrees around your virtual environment with the turn of your head. There are several devices that can be used to experience VR, some of these include: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Sony Playstation VR, Google Cardboard, Samsung’s Gear VR, and Zeiss’s VR One.
There are two main methods used to create VR content:
1 taking a 360 degree immersive video
2Making a 3D animation.
360 degree videos are are useful to capture footage of real world events such…
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