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Virtual Reality


First published on May 13, 2019. Last updated on September 17, 2019.

Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality (VR) allows a user to view graphic content in three dimensions, and move about the graphics. Typically virtual reality provides stereographic capability, so the user feels depth perception. Oculus makes dedicated virtual reality goggles. Samsung makes a headset that can convert an Android phone into a VR headset.

VR can be even used on ordinary laptop, tablet and phone screens. Although the experience does not use stereoscopy to produce 3D effects, one can still explore in three dimensions.

For example, see the below example.

Roman Theater in Petra, Jordan (credit: SitooCC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
Here is a link to a virtual reality 3D site:


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