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Virtual Reality Is More Than Reality

  • Date Submitted: 01/28/2010 06:29 AM
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The science of Virtual Reality has stated its presence in the media


and now it is turning the eyes to see the new generation of games and


3D application.  






However, like the Art in the beginning of our modern society it needs


to become much more matured than it has proven until now. The types of


maturity that I want to talk about are the technology and its use. The


technology that we have can be better used in the Virtual Reality


fields, as well as the Virtual Reality can be better used as it is


used today.    






In the old type of Virtual Reality, the scientist or the user was


focusing more on the ideal image of the real world. Therefore, VR was


more like a reflection of the real world or it was intend to be like


that. This was in the beginnings! At that time, the technology and the


devices were under-developed. They did not support much of high


quality graphics and processor power to achieve the desired reflection


of the real world nor the input devices. The obvious thing that the


scientist or researcher was focusing was on the improvements of the


techniques than how to use the technique. We can compare the stage


with the early ages in the history of picture art. At that time, the


artists were focusing on the technique of making the paintings


increasingly accurate. The important outcome was how close was the


picture to the real image of the world. After improving the technique,


they shifted to more sophisticated techniques in which the outcome was


not so much close to the real world but to other aspects of the


imagination.              






The Virtual Reality evolution seems close to the idea presented above.


We have now a good technique, and we have gained the technologies to


support a good environment for Virtual Reality. What we...

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