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virtual reality

Fig. computer imaging that attempts to mimic real scenes or places. The movie had so much virtual reality that the regular photographic scenes began to look funny.
See also: reality
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I fear virtual reality may compound the latter effect, again implying a future with less altruism and caring.
On Luckey's end, it's not the first time the Oculus creator has weighed in on the larger virtual reality market.
Virtual reality essential employs the same therapy but in a safe environment.
As part of the NAB Show Immersive Media Experience, NAB Show will host the "Kaleidoscope VR Showcase at NAB Show presented by Jaunt",a three-day showcase that will feature groundbreaking VR experiences from over 30 international virtual reality producers and for viewing on Samsung, Vive and Oculus head mounted devices.
This virtual reality malarky is getting out of control.
Toronto-based mining company GoldCorp, makes use of a virtual reality lab at their highly lucrative Red Lake mine.
MOOs are text-based, object-oriented, and server-client virtual reality programs.
From the beginning, we adopted an operational definition of virtual reality, a definition that describes our particular area of interest.
When you live inside giant fantasies, you are essentially living in first-stage virtual reality.
of Wisconsin, actual component design is accomplished using virtual reality in the Integrated-Computer Aided Research on Virtual Engineering Design and Prototyping (I-CARVE) Laboratory.
Virtual reality goes beyond mere static images to ones that we can navigate through and interact with in real time.
One issue that has not been addressed is how virtual reality machines can be used by senior corporate management as portable simulation chambers that can be used in planning long-term corporate strategy.
Because virtual reality technology is relatively new, most law enforcement administrators know little about it.
Actually, it's Dactyl Nightmare, a new arcade game that employs the technology of virtual reality (VR).
6~ A "complete" hypertext, like the perfect simulation promised by virtual reality, remains a kind of electronic grail.
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