Virtual Reality is growing becoming an increasingly important part of every Technology and Business.
In this introduction to Virtual Reality, we answer the key question “What is the cloud?” With a solid, standards based approach and examples from the real word, we look at all the definitions.
After this course you will have the understanding you need to launch into a career using Virtual Reality, to spearhead the cloud initiative within your organization.
This course is designed to give you an overview of the Virtual Reality, its types, applications and pros & cons involved with Virtual Reality. It will cover the basics for the areas that every good VR engineer should know, and being proficient in these areas can be the key to your success. After this course you will have a clear understanding of what Virtual Reality is all about, and can make a clear decision of if it's the right field for you. You will also know what areas are important in Virtual Reality, and hence can make informed decisions on what areas to focus on learning.
You'll probably never go to Mars, swim with dolphins, run an Olympic 100 meters, or sing onstage with the Rolling Stones. But if virtual reality ever lives up to its promise, you might be able to do all these things—and many more—without even leaving your home. Unlike real reality (the actual world in which we live), virtual reality means simulating bits of our world (or completely imaginary worlds) using high-performance computers and sensory equipment, like headsets and gloves. Apart from games and entertainment, it's long been used for training airline pilots and surgeons and for helping scientists to figure out complex problems such as the structure of protein molecules. How does it work? Let's take a closer look!