Virtual reality is a broad term for a multi-sensory computer-generated experience that allows users to both experience and interact with a simulated environment. Unlike virtual reality, which seeks to immerse the user in a completely virtual environment, augmented reality enhances the real world using digitally produced perceptual overlays. You might think VR & AR are only used for movies and funny gadgets, but this is far from true. A lot of money is already invested in VR & AR for a wide range of purposes such as educational, medical, training, decoration, architecture and shopping. And the list goes on and on.
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