Posts Tagged ‘Virtual Reality’
Neural Network | What is it?
Neural networks simulate the neurons within the brain using artificial neurons or nodes. It is used in machine learning to simulate the human brain making connections through trial and error rather than simple data sets.Read More
Artificial Intelligence | What is it?
Artificial intelligence is the simulation of the human brain through software coding within machines. AI uses a system of data sets, patterns, and rules to analyze new scenarios and make predictions for the right course of action depending on previous experience/data.Read More
Mixed Reality | What is it?
Mixed reality is a spectrum between VR and the real world. MR is anywhere between the extrema of the virtual continuum.Read More
Extended Reality | What is it?
The ‘X’ in XR does not just stand for Extended. Instead, it is a variable that can be interchanged.Read More
Cross reality | What is it?
Cross reality is similar to Mixed reality, but it also refers to the combination of VR/AR/AV/MR technologies in unison. As well as the interaction between the real and virtual world.Read More
Augmented Reality | What is it?
From virtual reality, we will move on to augmented reality (AR). AR is different in that it is not a completely immersive, virtual experienceRead More
Artificial Reality | What is it?
Artificial Reality is different from Virtual Reality in that Artificial Reality includes any part of the Virtual Continuum other than realityRead More
Virtual Reality | What is it?
VR is a fully immersive experience composed entirely of computer-generated environments and objects or 360o videos. So, what this means is, the term virtual reality can only be applied to programs that completely change the environment around the user.Read More
Virtual Continuum | What is it?
The Virtual Continuum (VC) The Virtual Continuum (VC) is a spectrum from the entirely real world to the fully virtual world and everything in between. Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), Augmented Virtuality (AV), and Mixed Reality (MR) are all included in the VC. The VC is different from MR in that MR does not…Read More