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    Oculus was first introduced to the virtual reality gaming market in 2012, when gamers could only dream of what it would be like to play quality virtual reality video games. At the time, the concept of virtual reality gaming existed however all previous attempts to create a quality headset to support the games were major flops. Fortunately for gamers, all of that changed when 17-year old Palmer Luckey, started to seek crowdfunding on kickstarter for a virtual reality headset he was creating…

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    Hiro, our main protagonist, throughout the out the whole book spend almost all of his time inside of the metaverse. Often throughout Snow Crash Hiro talks about his true reality in a very negative sense. Just a few pages before Hiro is shown, for the first time, goggling into the metaverse, he is talking about how awful his life is, "But in the bleak light of full adulthood, which is to one 's early twenties as Sunday morning is to Saturday night, he can clearly see what it really amounts to:…

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    in 2012 dedicating to the development of virtual reality technology (Oculus VR, n.d.). The first and main product of Oculus VR is a head-mounted display named Oculus Rift. The key person at Oculus VR is Palmer Luckey, a 22-year-old enthusiast of virtual reality, the inventor of Oculus Rift, and the original founder of Oculus VR. He launched a Kickstarter campaign online to raise fund for the research and development of his idea of an advanced virtual reality headset, and first introduced the…

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    Our goal was to invent a new technology which had the potential to bring people together. Our invention includes virtual reality devices which will enable e-learning students to participate in traditional classroom activities through virtual reality. We chose to focus on this particular issue because, as e-learning students, we feel that our e-classes sometimes do not offer the full college experience. Additionally, we have focused on subjects such as biology, which currently are not readily…

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    and technical work trainings. Video games open realms to explore where players may engage in experience taking by living vicariously through their avatars; in the process, they learn through their interactions and experiences taken place in the virtual worlds explored. Video games are advantageous to adopt into educational curriculums and work settings, seeing as how video games’ spike in popularity, evidenced through the fact that “59% of Americans play games” (Grubb); there is a welcoming…

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    improve motor and cognitive skills in older adults thereby reducing fall risk. Virtual reality (VR) components connected to treadmills also provide a more stimulating and enjoyable workout. Subjects for this trial were randomly assigned adults aged 60 to 90, with a high risk of falling. After six months of treadmill training, fall incident rate was significantly lower…

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    Rossetti, & Boisson, 2006), hemiagnosia, and many more. Various methods have been designed to reduce and treat this disability such as copy drawing tasks, line cancellation task, visual scanning training (VST), arm activation, reading task, visual reality training (VRT), sustained attention training (SAT), and bilateral stimulation. However, this essay will only discuss on the VST and VRT. Visual scanning training (VST) is the act of re-orientation of visual scanning (involuntary movement of…

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    As almost any athlete, will tell you, it’s easy to begin a new fitness routine or adopt a new workout technique. The difficult part, however, is actually reaching the goals set and taking your performance to the next level. Sports training is a physically and mentally demanding task that’s filled with countless pitfalls and lots of frustrations. But what if new technology could make the effort easier for athletes? The key might be to make sports training smarter - technologically, smarter that…

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    Before looking into the Virtual reality headset we are brought back to the sensorama. This invention purpose was to put its host in a movie theater in a way. The box was much bigger than the headsets and would give them the experience of a surround sound HD image movie. It has since been an argument whether or not the sensorama is the actual seed of the virtual reality headset. He competes with "the sword of the Damocles" making is the view in the US Air Force. Later on, the virtual interface…

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    1. VR and experiential marketing Since virtual reality has the unique characteristics like immersion and interactivity, VR games offer brand new experiences for players; some media apply the technology to their live events or movie productions; and more and more companies think it is a great opportunity to use VR as part of the promotion and branding strategies. Till now, one of the most popular alternative marketing forms with VR is experiential marketing. Experiential Marketing As the…

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