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HTC Wildfire and Other New Virtual Reality Technologies to Revolutionize Communication

Hillary Cyril

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Virtual Reality or VR is an emerging field in Information Security that involves creating the physical reality of a digital platform, typically a computer or game console, and the simulating of that environment using specialized hardware and software. In Virtual Reality, a variety of technological mediums can be used to produce a highly-immersive and lifelike virtual environment. This includes the internet, video games, and even the human mind. Because of the variety of mediums that can be used to achieve Virtual Reality, many professionals are exploring the many ways to exploit these new and potentially very lucrative fields.

In Virtual Reality ( VR), a computerized system is used to create and deliver a highly lifelike experience to users in the form of an interactive and realistic digital environment. Unlike traditional user interface methods, Virtual Reality puts the user within an actual experience. Rather than seeing a flat screen in front of them or on a monitor, users are fully immersed and are able to manipulate and interact in highly lifelike digital worlds. Just as in a typical web browser, the user’s hands are often placed on a device that is used to provide input into the world.

Currently, there are three basic types of Virtual Reality: Augmented Reality, Immersive Realism, and Virtual World Programming (V WP). Virtual Reality is a growing field because it offers a unique way to access information and communicate through display technology that is much more similar to what is seen in a real-world setting than what is accomplished with hardware such as a head-mounted display (HMD). AVR is a great example of how a traditional HMD can be adapted for use with VR. As we stated earlier, AVR uses the display technology of the user to provide an experience that is very similar to what they would see in the real world. The difference comes from the fact that in AVR the user’s movements are synced up with their movements in the real world.

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Currently, there are several ways to integrate your VVR into your business communications. Most companies can benefit from the implementation of PlayStation VVR into their communication tools. For instance, if you have a retail business, then you may want to consider allowing the customers to play the game using a PSVR HMD. In addition, you could also set up your PlayStation VVR system so that it displays your products on the floor of your store. Now, if you were to add an HTC wand-like apparatus to your PlayStation VVR, you could allow the customer to play the game using that and the PlayStation VVR HMD.

We believe that future advancements in technology will continue to make Virtual Reality a more powerful tool. Currently, many organizations are leveraging PlayStation VVR to develop mobile, social, and enterprise applications. We believe the next five years will see many more exciting ways that people will interact with their devices in the virtual world. And we do believe that the HTC Wildfire will be an important part of the development.

It is clear that Virtual Reality is going to play a major role in the business communications industry over the next five years. We believe the HTC Wildfire will become an industry standard for devices in the medical field and that HTC Oculogy will become an industry standard for devices used by physicians to treat their patients. With the Wildfire and other devices that are coming out, we believe the concept of VR Fitness’ will become commonplace. The virtual reality headsets that enable individuals to experience augmented reality will allow consumers to train, test out new equipment, and experience high-definition visuals on a regular basis. This will open up completely new doors in the healthcare industry, provide greater access to exercise equipment for people of all ages, and give medical professionals a more comfortable and informative patient care experience.

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