Paintings on walls and ceilings created a virtual reality long before the term was coined. Even now, they can be breathtaking in effect.
One reason for the continuing popularity of more traditional means of storytelling is their lack of explicitness, and reliance on the imagination.
Those living in towns and cities used to flock out to the country at the weekend. Now it is the time for Minecraft and VR.
No sooner are we hyped up than more problems appear: not enough capable systems, immature controllers, and what software?
Whilst we can improve our technology to enhance our abilities, our anatomical and physiological limitations also determine what we can and cannot do.
The arrival of consumer VR is being delayed not because the headset can’t be done, but because current computers can’t deliver good enough graphics.
All it takes is $350, plus shipping and tax, to own an Oculus Rift DK2 – the hottest […]
Virtual reality (VR) is hardly new, nor experimental. Aircraft pilots and ships’ crews have been training in VR […]