What is Virtual Reality in Computer Graphics?

Virtual Reality is a major asset and aspect of our future. It is the key to experiencing, feeling and touching the past, present and the future. It is the medium of creating our own world, our own customized reality. Modeling is used to build structures that serve as proxies for other objects. Virtual reality is more than just interacting with 3D worlds. By offering presence simulation to users as an interface metaphor, it allows operators to perform tasks on remote real worlds, computer generated worlds or any combination of both. The simulated world does not necessarily have to obey natural laws of behavior. Such a statement makes nearly every area of human activity a candidate for a virtual reality application. However, we can identify some application areas were benefits are more straightforward than others. Overview of Virtual Reality A virtual reality system is essentially an interactive simulation that can represent a real or abstract system. Virtual Reality (VR) is the use of computer graphics and other technologies to create a simulated environment in which the user interacts.  While computer graphics supplies the visual component of the experience via a normal screen, a stereoscopic display, or head‐mounted technology; a variety of other devices…

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