Virtual Reality (VR):

VR is a computer create a scenario that copies a realistic scenario. It is hoping to bring about much change across activities like real estate, education, and more. Firms like HTC, Google, Facebook, and others have put in huge investments to VR (Virtual Reality). All you have to do is strap on a phone and get transport to different earth.

How does it work?
A full VR experience is one where all the senses of the individual body are simulated. We are very close to finishing that. Most Virtual Reality experiences try to imagine with your most dominant senses look. And sound to build an immersive experience. To build this activity, a system called Stereoscopy is applying.

What is Stereoscopy?
Stereoscopy is a system for building or enhancing the image of depth by binocular vision. Stereo pictures give a various picture to each eye. Try this easy test, put your thumb in front of your eye. Then close your left eye and see your thumb and next close your right eye and look at the thumb. It will look like there’s been a transfer, but in reality, your thumb has not moved at all. Mono pictures show the similar picture to both eyes. This view of each eye is what Stereoscopy tries to bring in. The software can be use to ‘stitch’ pictures for a Virtual Reality experience.

How to create such an experience?
In tech jargon, Virtual Reality content producers use the 3, 6 and 9 Degrees of Freedom. These Degrees of Freedom ’s surround unspecified action a human can make down, up, and more. Using selected cameras to take 360-degree videos. Then using some software to make a complete 360 degrees Virtual Reality video.