Virtual reality is best described through the moments—or rather the memories—of the things you experience when you have that headset on.
In virtual reality, people became an active participant in an environment completely removed from reality. And that’s what makes VR a wildly different experience from watching a movie or even playing a video game.
Unlike most forms of media, virtual reality blocks out the rest of the world in a way that doesn’t just encourage us to suspend our disbelief, but actually takes our senses for a ride and immerses us wholly in the experience.
Article publié pour la première fois le 15/02/2020