Reality Technologies is a reference and self-learning resource for the field of reality technologies.
Types of Reality Technologies
Our complete knowledge of reality technology is simply a made up of the physical evidence we take in. But what if you could reconstruct enough of these physical practices with simulated information, to the point that your brain begins to recognize them as tangible? This is what occurs in new forms of reality technology such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality.
Difference between Reality Technologies:
Virtual Reality - Entirely Simulated
Virtual reality is a genuine simulation of an atmosphere that is generated with a combination of communicating software and hardware and accessible to the user in such a way that the user suspends faith and accepts it as a real environment.
Augmented Reality - Added Virtuality
Augmented reality denotes to the enlargement of a live, direct or indirect vision of a physical real atmosphere, and simulated images are overlaid on a user's view of the real-world, therefore enriching one’s current opinion of reality.
Mixed Reality - Partial Virtualness
Mixed reality combination of both virtual reality and augmented reality, where real objects are dynamically amalgamated into simulated worlds to generate new atmospheres and imaginings where material and digital objectives co-exist in real time.