Ahtisham ul Hassan- Burhan ud Din Siddiqui
Qasim Mohayyudin- Muhammad Daniyal- Mubeen Arshad
• Hardware components
• Conceptional Videos
• Future of VR
Few Questions for Audience:
• So how many you knows about VR?
• What is Reality?
• What does virtual means?
• If you’re talking about what you
feel, touch, taste, smell is reality then
it is simply electrical signals
interpreted by brain!
• As Mr. Einstein said: “Reality is
merely an illusion”.
• Well, It is something which not real.
e.g. Virtual Memory.
• And the funny thing is that VIRTUAL is opposite of REALITY.
• Virtual Reality refers to a high-end user interface that involves real-time
simulation and interactions through multiple sensorial channels.
• In simple words,
Virtual reality is a computer generated world with which the user can interact.
Interaction can vary from looking around to interactively modifying the world.
And here’s the Virtual
• It will provide you 4D
• Build specially to give you
the concept of presence.
• New World of your desire.
Now Let’s discuss
1950’s visionary cinematographer
Morton H Eilig built a single user
console called Sensorama . This
enabled the user watch television in
three dimensional ways.
In 1961, Philco Corporation engineers developed the
first HMD known as the Headsight.
It was built in 1965 IVAN SUTHERLAND
envisioned what he called the “Ultimate Display.”
Types of VR System
Immersive Virtual Reality
Augmented Virtual Reality
Desktop (Window on a World) Virtual Reality
Video Mapping Virtual Reality
• AR integrate the
virtual objects into the
• This involves literally
augmenting reality with
• Eg. Pokemon Go game.
• Desktop-based virtual
reality involves displaying
a 3-dimensional virtual
world on a
display without use of any
• Modern computer
games can be used as an
• The user watches a
monitor that shows his
body's interaction with
• The element of
interaction depends on a
number of factors like
speed, range and mapping.