Virtual Reality is one of the most powerful tools available today. As the capacity of equipment and technology to develop more realistic and impressive immersive experiences increases, its uses in different professional areas are growing.
On this occasion, Optiva Media would like to review the different professional sectors that benefit from the application of VR.
Since 2001, with the appearance of Google Earth, we have had the opportunity to see the world through our laptop at home in 3D. But with virtual reality we can go even further. With a VR viewer we can navigate the world as if we were astronauts or even admire the Colosseum in Rome as if we were in the time of Julius Caesar.
Leisure and entertainment
The use of virtual reality in video games is the most well-known application that exists for the general public. It is also the fastest and most rapidly evolving market in the last three decades, and total immersion in the game can be experienced.
But the use of virtual reality does not stop there. It will also influence architecture, allowing an architect to design a building while immersed in it; in fashion, allowing us to attend the most exclusive fashion shows without leaving home; in sport, watching a football match as if you were in the front row of the pitch; and even in business, having a “face-to-face” meeting while you are in Madrid, a colleague in Colombia and the manager in Berlin.
Virtual reality is changing the world and will continue to do so. At Optiva, we have been working with Virtual Voyagers to redefine the media industry with XR. Stay tuned to discover our off-road solution for telco and media companies thanks to our new project: VirtualXpanse