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    Use of virtual reality in higher education. What tools are there? What context and how it can be used? It is important to know what virtual reality is before knowing how it can be used in the higher education. Virtual reality is an extraordinary technology that has been growing rapidly in last few years. It has tremendous potential to change the way we use computer, interact with it and have completely a unique experience. So what is virtual reality? And why is it so exciting? Virtual reality…

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    artists have attempted to stretch the capabilities of the medium to extreme degrees. 360-video, or arguably simply virtual reality, has started to take content-sharing websites by storm and a few storytellers that are ahead of the curve have already started adapting their stories into the virtual reality realm in order to take full advantage of this new technology. Virtual reality seems destined to be the next big evolution in video games, however with film there are many problems that are…

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    1 INTRODUCTION Virtual Reality is a way for humans to visualise, manipulate and interact with computers and highly complicated data (Kushner 2016). In addition, this visualisation refers to the computer developing visual, auditory and other sensual outputs to the user of a world within the computer (Kushner 2016). Also, this world may be scientific simulation, or a look into a database, the user is able to collaborate with the world and directly manipulate objects within the world, where…

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    Virtual Reality and Augment Reality Advances Two technologies have been in the news for the whole last year, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. Augmented Reality is a technology where input from the outside world is given computer inputs to give a new perception of the world the user is observing. Virtual Reality created a new, completely computerized world. Samsung created the Gear VR, a system that let the typical smartphone user to get a special headset and program to turn their phone…

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    Does Virtual Reality Exist

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    I remember a time where virtual reality didn 't exist and the most we had was 3D, a time when people drove themselves. A time where I taught myself how to rollerblade, and with a fearless attitude I felt the world was mine to conquer. The energetic and skirmish seven year old child in me was always coming up with new and better ways to defy the odds and break barriers. At the time, I lived in a small blue house located at the bottom of a slope on the corner of Texas Street and Madison Avenue in…

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    Virtual Reality in Dementia For nearly a decade, virtual reality has been used in video games and military training to create an element of realism and a true environmental reaction. As the world continually becomes interconnected through technology the use of virtual reality will no doubt increase. Extra Sensory Perception, an article from Scientific American, explores how the vast network of sensors currently housed in current technology could be eventually be used as sensory prosthetics via…

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    Reality: Is it virtual? I am writing about reality and the philosophical nature therein of what is, what isn 't, and what could be. Rationalism According to Descartes we know certain truths innately and we have some kind of ability to grasp these truths intellectually. John Tierney 's "Our lives controlled by some guy on a couch" is both an interesting and troubling notion as it questions free will and reality at the most basic levels. What is reality? According to Descartes we know that…

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    is a virtual reality (VR) system that is invented by Palmer Luckey. The word ‘virtual’ was used in the computer sense of "not physically existing but made to appear by software" since 1959. The term "reality" has been used in English since the 1540s, to mean "quality of being real. [1] Where did the innovation come from? In a world of big players like Sega and Nintendo introducing their versions of HMDs (Head Mounted Device) and immersive technologies like VR glasses and Nintendo Virtual Boy,…

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    Virtual Reality Put on these goggles, go nowhere, and be transported anywhere – Virtual Reality. Virtual reality is an artificial environment that is created with software and presented to the user in such a way that the user suspends belief and accepts it as a real environment. It is all about sensory experience, which includes virtual taste, sight, sound, smell, and touch. The origin of the term "virtual reality" can be traced back to the French playwright, poet, actor, and director Antonin…

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    What is virtual reality (VR)? Virtual reality is the simulation of a three-dimensional environment with the use of technology that can be interacted with by a person using a medium, such as a headset with a screen inside. As we understand and feel the world through our senses, which mainly includes sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell, VR equipment provides us with sensory information, most commonly sight and hearing through monitors and headsets to create a reality in which people can be…

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