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- Full VR Experience for your clients and potential clients
- Turn Key VR Solutions for your company
- Highly trained support teams for your peace of mind
- Dedicated development teams for your future
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Our company is dedicated to helping businesses, learn about and benefit from the latest VR and related technologies. Our team is committed to providing you with a go-to-resource for all things related to VR.
With things like our VR Directory and our VR Forum, we hope to help the VR industry as a whole by giving businesses a place to find not only the information, but help with VR implementation and a way to find and reach out to companies that are contributing to the VR industry.
We would love to hear from you! If you have ideas or would like to make us aware of how your company is working with or creating VR experiences, please feel free to contact us and let us know.What is VR?
VR, or Virtual Reality, can be described as a computer simulated world that you are able to experience via a head mounted display (HMD). The HMD helps to suspend the user's belief and accept your new virtual environment as a sort of pseudo reality. Along with the use of tracked wireless controllers, the next level of VR is reached through direct interaction with your virtual environment. In the VR world, you are able to experience just about anything; from a trip to the moon to a swim through the deep, as well as be in the same Virtual Room with someone across the world.
Virtual reality is an artificial environment that is created with software and presented to the user in such a way that the user suspends belief and accepts it as a real environment. On a computer, virtual reality is primarily experienced through two of the five senses: sight and sound.
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With virtual reality (VR) now slated as must have technology, how will the adoption process go for your business, and does VR have a viable business applications for you?
First, it is important to note VR is in its infancy, without mass adoption, as of now. However, there are some very heavy hitters who are betting on this technology. The most publicized case is the purchase of Oculus by Facebook, but Reuters has also reported some 38 companies have highlighted VR as part of their business plan in their corporate earnings report, a 375% jump from the same period last year.
Second, the interest is there, with a huge potential in several segments, such as healthcare, education and of course entertainment and gaming.
Link To VR intentionally stays neutral and is interested in all things that relate to VR and business. We do not endorse, use or recommend anything unless we feel that it has what it takes to do the job for you and your business. Therefore, you can count on getting the best and most current advice, services and documentation available for this industry from your Link To VR..