No one can blame you if you’re a virtual reality enthusiast. It can be entertaining more than a regular computer and television can do. It creates an environment that is not real but is like real. It can jump you into a world you have never been before, or you want to be.
Virtual reality started way back you would never imagine it already existed. In 1838, Charle’s Wheatstone research demonstrated that the brain processes two-dimensional images from each eye into a single object of three-dimensions. Viewing a photo through stereoscope can give it depth and immersion. This discovery later evolved into Read More