Augmented Reality vs. Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality is a synthetic recreation or simulation of the real environment or situation with the use of technologies such as computers. It envelops the vision and hearings of the users which make them feel like experiencing the true reality. The coding language, VRML or Virtual Reality Modeling Language, destroy the impossibility in creating virtual reality. One popular example of a virtual reality system is Oculus made by Facebook.

The user wears a headset which is implanted with technology and is used in two diverse ways. First, it helps in creating and enhancing the imaginative reality of gaming, plays and entertainment. Second, it aids in enhancing the training for reality simulation creation of real life surroundings and allows the people to practice a certain job beforehand. An example is pilots using plane simulators or drivers using driving simulators.

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