Virtual Reality how does it work?

Virtual Reality is a form a video games bent in the way making you think its reality.There are headsets made specifically for which ever form of virtual reality you have/prefer.This is do to the fact hat there is more than on Vr platform that has been made since it was created.There are 5 of these platforms an they all started with the HTC Vive leading on to the Oculus Rift then Samsung Vr,Playstation Vr,and the google daydream.

WHO MADE VIRTUAL REALITY?

Douglas Engelbart made Vr.Douglas Engelbart got the thought of making Vr when he was studying panoramic paintings which was considered Vr way back in the day.

DOES VIRTUAL REALITY A MAKE YOU FEEL LIKE YOUR IN ANOTHER WORLD?

In my opinion yes Vr does make you feel this way.This is likely do to the fact that the Vr sends signals through your eyes to your brain tricking your subconscious into thinking you're somewhere else than where you actually are even though you know your not there.Now this is done by motion sensors in the helmet/headset.There are 8 motion sensors inside the headset circling around the eyes to track where you are in the game making it feel really in the game.

HOW WILL VR PROGRESS IN THE FUTURE?

Now especially in today's generation of technology we all know the vr will progress to something higher and it is.Now even though there is not mutch talk about this in the media right now the Vr is confirmed to be used in what for right now is being called the “game suit”,which is in process of being made.But what is known right now is that this suit puts you in the game with all your movements,sight, and everything.

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