How virtual reality is changing the gaming industry?

July 16, 2019

Virtual reality technology is an innovation that has altogether changed the world of gaming and has come a long way since its introduction in 2014. The initial development was slow but it gained pace gradually and today VR finds its use in many different spheres of our lives. Apart from gaming, the technology has found its application in education, healthcare, social behavior, entertainment industry, journalism, etc. Gaming is one industry which has witnessed the major shift from the use of simple consoles and handhelds to the all-new 4K capable consoles, VR graphics, eye wears, headsets, haptic gloves and all. Earlier we used to sit in front of a screen and control the characters with just our hands. Now you are involved in the game. It feels like you’re actually living that virtual world giving a much better gaming experience.

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