Virtual reality is getting bigger. It isn’t as big as it could be; but it’s definitely getting bigger. There are many plans out there for virtual reality - plans that suggest it could rule the world.
This probably isn’t going to happen anytime soon. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg made a prediction that it could take anywhere from 5-10 years before virtual reality becomes mainstream. However, once it does, we could all have a brand new way of seeing the world. You could record memories in a way that allow you to almost relive them, as if you were doing them all over again.
The visual and auditory senses are currently the only ones targeted by VR, but this is set to change in the future. Soon, companies will learn to start catering to the rest of the senses, so that VR can be a full body experience. The market for these things has the potential to be huge.
Just imagine how virtual reality, and even augmented reality could fit into our lives as we get older. It could make all the difference when it comes to online shopping; deciding what shoes to buy, what clothes to wear, and even what furniture to put in our home. It could help us to make decisions that we currently struggle to make with online shopping. We will all save time, money, and energy with VR. If you’d like to get a better idea of how VR could rule the world, the following infographic should give you some clues:
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