Rather than seeing how certain furniture looks in your room, this app allows customers to see how they’d look with certain makeup products. While home decorating, in theory, is delightful and fun, it’s anything but easy. You have to break out the measuring tape and mentally exhaust yourself by envisioning how certain pieces of furniture would look in your home. Virtual reality is showing some effective industry use-cases as well, from real estate applications to tourism.
We’ve covered some ins and outs of virtual reality, but you may still be thinking, “all of this still sounds a lot like augmented reality.” So what’s the difference? Augmented reality (AR) is essentially the precursor to the fully immersive VR experience. In simple terms, augmented reality (AR) is an embellished or altered form of reality where content lays over users’ real-world views.
For example, we developed a VR soft skills course that enables executives and staff to practice new sales approaches. Learners get to make a pitch to a virtual CEO, but if they rely on business-as-usual sales techniques, the virtual CEO asks them to leave her office. However, if learners apply skills that demonstrate how they can bring value to the CEO’s … Read MoreView More VR Escape: Puzzles and Mystery