Virtual reality, technology of the future?

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What is virtual reality (VR)?

Virtual reality or commonly abbreviated VR is a technology that allows the user to interact with the environment in the virtual world and is simulated by a computer capable of generating a three-dimensional atmosphere to give the user the impression that ‘he’s is in the real world.

What is the history of the development of virtual reality (VR)?

Virtual reality stems from a vision prototype built by Morton Heilig in 1962 called Sensorama. Sensorama was created to present the experience of watching a movie in a way that it feels real by involving different senses, in this case the senses of seeing, hearing, smelling and feeling. An earlier virtual reality technology was the Aspen Cinema Map, created by MIT in 1977. The program was a rough simulation of the city of Aspen, Colorado, where users could walk around in one of three styles: summer , …

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What are the negative effects of using virtual reality (VR)?

1. Dizziness and nausea

Dizziness and nausea are common among users who are trying to use virtual reality (VR) for the first time. This is because the body and the mind are adjusting to the situation. Dizziness and nausea that occur while playing virtual reality (VR) makes you feel like you are getting drunk while driving a vehicle.

2. Eye and hearing health problems

Besides dizziness and nausea, physical health issues that can occur while playing virtual reality (VR) are tight, dry nerves in the eyes. This especially happens when we use virtual reality (VR) for too long. The eye has its own capacity for work and naturally needs rest. But in addition to the eye, the ear is also used when using virtual reality. Users will usually take the volume of virtual reality to the next level to experience …