Are you familiar with virtual reality (VR) technology? It's a computer-generated experience that makes it feel like you're in the middle of another world all by wearing a special headset.
Most people think of video games when they hear the term VR. But it can be used for so much more than that.
Though most commonly used for playing games, there are so many more productive aspects to virtual and augmented reality that you may not be aware of. From real estate to education, virtual reality technology is changing the world. Are we ready?
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We can do a lot more with virtual and augmented reality than just play video games. The public usually asks what it's used for or how it actually works.
In this Komando on Demand podcast, find out why some are saying virtual reality technology such as headsets can be a game-changer while others are saying it's a bunch of hype.
You'll hear Kim speak with experts in the field like Dmitri Williams, associate professor at the Annenberg School for Communications at USC. He said, "There is real value to virtual reality. It can educate us, keep us safe, and it can actually save lives."
Listen to the podcast for more great insight into the world of virtual reality.
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