In case you are still wondering whether or not to start using Virtual Reality, it is important for you to know that major investments are being done to improve the customer experience.
We at KiSP, are aware that the areas of influence are more by the minute. Just a few months ago, we never even considered doing something on education and... here we are!
Just to remind you of the difference between Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, here is a piece of article written in The American Genius.
"One of the key characteristics of a truly great VR experience is the user feeling like they are truly in the environment being presented by the technology. In this case, VR completely immerses a user inside a virtual world or experience. This is typically done by using a head-mounted display (HMD) that is often accompanied by other feature or devices that let users navigate through that experience.
On the flip side, AR, such as Google Glass, involves overlaying virtual objects and other types of digital information over the real world, which can be delivered through hardware such as a smartphone, tablet, and HMD. In this way, an AR experience might present relevant information to a user based on where they are or what activity they’re engaged in.
Given the market viability of the immersive technology and continued interest, the future of VR and AR is very real."
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