VR in laymen’s terms is a 3D world that basically surrounds you optically much like the real world. It achieves this by the user/viewer wearing a “Head Mounted Display” (HMD). The HMD presents a split screen image to the viewers left and right eye independently. Using specially curved lenses (known as fresnel lenses) the viewer is able to look around in full 360 degrees the same way we do in the real world.
Entertaining All ages and all sizes, Virtual Reality has something to offer for everyone.
Interactive Step inside Virtual Reality. Interact with your surroundings. Operate machinery, levers and buttons. Start up the coal face lets...
Immersive Take a trip inside a coal mine or look around the surface workings. Wherever you stand you are there....
Educational The key differential feature of VR, in relation to a flat screen 3D production, is that your view is...