Prevalent in the technology of today, Virtual Reality began in the late 1860's with the creation of three-dimensional murals. Since then, Virtual Reality has evolved into mainstream technology by allowing users to be immersed into seemingly real environments or settings without having to change their surroundings. Although Virtual Reality has become increasingly popular within the past year, few people in every day industries are actually consumers of the technology, which is likely due to the esteem that Virtual Reality isn’t multi-purposeful. By refuting 3 myths that surround Virtual Reality, we find that it provides every day industries with the opportunity to increase innovation through interactive learning.
In 2007, Apple introduced a revolutionary product that drastically shaped the future of technology as we know it. You may have heard the name a few times; it’s called the iPhone. Over the years, Apple has released an innovative and new iPhone version every year. Although some models have been more successful than others, the newest addition has launched us even further into the futuristic world of technology.
Technology is ultimately ever-changing, and embracing these changes is crucial in today’s advertising world. One of the biggest revolutionary additions to the media world has been the introduction of augmented and virtual reality. When it comes to augmented reality vs. virtual reality, we’re curious to learn which one will win in the future.
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