Virtual Reality

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Nov 14, 2013 (3 years and 7 months ago)

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Virtual Reality

Jenelle Nakamura

Equipment


Force feedback devices


Input devices


Head gear


Monitor screen







Input Devices


Data glove


Motion trackers


Mouse


Joystick



Force Feedback Devices


Vest


Chairs that move or shake


Audio equipment


Uses for Virtual Reality



Video games, Movies


Art, Architecture


Training


Anatomy


Relaxation for dental patients


Recreate historic sites or Create virtual world


Wearable Computer


Movies and Video games


Matrix


Virtual golf

Art and Architecture


Polyhedra


Street Art


Models

http://www.georgehart.com/virtual
-
polyhedra/vp.html

http://www.rense.com/general67/street.htm

Training


Drivers


Pilots


Combat


Parachute

Anatomy


Dissect pigs, worms, and humans with out needing physical bodies.


Learn about muscles, skeletons, and cells


Relaxation for Dental patients


Dental patients can be transported to tranquil environments with the use
of virtual reality.

Recreate historic sites or Create virtual
worlds

Virtual reality can be used to create virtual worlds. It allows historians to
recreate images of restored places or buildings. It allows people to simulate
a trip to another planet or country without going there.

Wearable Computer


A wearable computer as a small screen
attached to head gear that allows it be
displayed below the eye. It allows access
to internet and can play music. One can
attach input devices so it can function as a
regular computer.

Summary

Virtual Reality

Equipment

Uses

Force feedback, Head gear,

Input, Monitor screen

Videogames, Movies, Art,


Architecture, Training,

Anatomy, Relax patients,


Create virtual worlds,

Wearable computer

References


Hart, George W.
Virtual Polyhedra the Encyclopedia of
Polyhedra.

2000. 2 May
2006<http://www.georgehear.com/virtualpolyhedra/vp.ht
ml>.


Virtual Realities, Inc.
Virtual Realities Global Distributer
of Quality Virtual Reality Products.

2006. 2 May
2006<http://www.vrealities.com/>.


Wikimedia.
Wikipedia the Free Encyclopedia.

28 Apr.
2006. 2 May 2006
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_reality>.


rense.com.
.
. 2 May 2006
<http://www.rense.com/general67/street.htm>.