Virtual reality (VR), is as the name suggests, reality that is virtual; or at the very least an attempt of reality. Most people who have used VR can attest to its impressiveness and the utter surrealness of feeling encapsulated in a world in which you know only exists through a screen and comes alive in your mind. Simply put, VR is a piece of technology that can emulate an environment, and through the use of a head-mounted display, deliver three-dimensional stereoscopic images to the user, which then can be used to deliver a wide array of unique environments for an individual to experience.
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