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Final presentation of virtual reality by monil

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Final presentation of virtual reality by monil

  1. 1. GUIDED BY:Prof. AMI T CHOKSIPRESENTED BY :MONIL B DESAI
  2. 2. HISTORY
  3. 3. DEFINITION BASIC DEFINITION OF VR HOW VIRTUAL REALITY WORKS ? TYPES OF VIRTUAL REALITY * IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL REALITY * NON-IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL REALITY
  4. 4. RELATED TERMS WITH VR* ARTIFICIAL REALITY * AUGMENTED REALITY
  5. 5. COMPUTER SIMULATION DEFINITION LEARNING OUTCOMES * CONCEPTUAL CHANGE * SKILL DEVELOPMENT * CONTENT AREA KNOKLEDGE APPLICATION
  6. 6. VIRTUAL REALITY MODELING LANGUAGE WHAT IS VRML? TYPES OF VRML * VRML 1.0 * VRML 2.0 CURRENT SOFTWARE FOR VIRTUAL REALITY * QUICKTIME VR PLUG-INS * METAFLASH 3D * MINOLTA 3D
  7. 7. VIRTUAL REALITY DEVICES INPUT DEVICES OUTPUT DEVICES
  8. 8. INPUT DEVICES TRACKERS JOYSTICKS MICE WANDS
  9. 9. OUTPUT DEVICES* HEAD MOUNTED DISPLAY
  10. 10. OUTPUT DEVICES (cont…)* THE IMMERSE DESK
  11. 11. OUTPUT DEVICES (cont…)* THE POWER WALL
  12. 12. OUTPUT DEVICES (cont…)* THE CAVE AUTOMATIC VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT
  13. 13. OUTPUT DEVICES (cont…)* DATA GLOVES * DATA SUIT
  14. 14. VIRTUAL REALITY APPLICATION• VIRTUAL REALITY IN MILITARY• VIRTUAL REALITY IN MEDICAL• VIRTUAL REALITY IN GAMES• VIRTUAL REALITY IN MOVIES
  15. 15. VIRTUAL REALITY APPLICATION (cont….) VIRTUAL REALITY IN MILITARY
  16. 16. VIRTUAL REALITY APPLICATION (cont….) VIRTUAL REALITY IN MEDICAL
  17. 17. VIRTUAL REALITY APPLICATION (cont….) VRTUAL REALITY IN GAMES
  18. 18. VIRTUAL REALITY APPLICATION (cont….) VIRTUAL REALITY IN MOVIES Brainstorm Video drome Lawnmower Man Strange Days Until the End of the World Johnny Mnemonic The Matrix Star Wars Terminator Jurassic Park
  19. 19. Positive uses of VR Dangers of VR Training  Disengagement with real world Risk-free experience  VR replacing reality Experiencing things you  People preferring VR to wouldn’t normally be able to reality experience  Addiction  Difficulty of distinguishing Entertainment; fun, artistic between virtual and expression real, ‘false realities represented in VR Telepresence applications  Psychological damage; identity problems  Possible impacts on real body
  20. 20. CHALLENGES & FUTURE POSSIBILTIESCHALLENGES FUTURE POSSIBILITESVirtual reality has been  Science fiction literature and heavily criticized for being film have explored a range of an inefficient method for futuristic VR technologies and the experiential opportunities navigating they may offer. Non-geographical  Virtual experience and virtual information. identities via memoryAnother obstacle is the implants . headaches due to eye  Recording and sharing strain. experiences.RSI can also Result from  Games scenarios. repeated use of the handset  Use of VR for deception and gloves. control
  21. 21. CONCLUSION Though the disadvantages of Virtual reality can disturb the human’s perception ability, it’s advantages in different fields makes it user friendly. The sole objective of virtual reality is to give the user an environment as realistic as possible and a thrilling sensory experience. The technology of virtual reality is advancing rapidly and it wont be long before it becomes a most exciting source of entertainment in our homes.
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