How does VR work?
VR uses computing devices such as pc and mobile devices to simulate an alternate reality. A VR device consists of several high-quality displays that are close to the eyes. There are also two adjustable lenses within the device. The combination of these two allow for high quality and crystal clear images.
VR devices project high-quality images directly through the lenses into the eyes of the users. As a result of these high-quality displays projecting close to the eye, a clear image is displayed to the user. Enhancing the feeling of being present in the virtual world as well as reducing the chance of nausea.
Rather than having static images, the VR devices use tracking to display the images correctly to the user. While most devices use head tracking, there are other devices that provide additional positional tracking. As a result of the positional tracking it is possible to move within the real world and simultaneously move within the Virtual world as well. Allowing to walk within a confined space and interacting with objects using the provided controllers.