Virtual reality is one of the most cutting and futuristic technology. Virtual reality is going to be the most advance technology in the future. In fact, it started taking place in today’s time as you might know Meta has brought the concept of the metaverse. This technology will bring the imagination into reality.

So what is VR?

Virtual Reality (VR) is a computer-generated environment with scenes and objects that appear to be real, making the user feel they are immersed in their surroundings.

In effect, virtual reality is all about using a device like a special 3D video or image camera to create a three-dimensional world that a user can manipulate and explore later or in real-time using VR headsets and lenses, while feeling he or she is in that simulated world. The user will see a life-size image and the resulting perception is that they are part of that simulation.

VR hardware and software will help generate or create computer-generated 3D images and video and this output is cast to a lens mounted on goggles or headset. The headset is strapped onto the user’s head over the eyes, such that the user is visually immersed in the content they are viewing.

The most important piece of a virtual reality kit is the headset, a device like a thick pair of goggles that goes over your eyes. The more expensive, higher quality headsets need to be connected to a computer to run apps and games, while some cheaper ones use a cellphone clipped to the front of the headset.

VR devices have their own app stores, similar to smartphone app stores, where you can browse and download games and apps. Some of these stores are accessed using the device itself, while others – the VR section of the Steam digital games store, for example – can be browsed on your computer.