Virtual Reality (RV)

  Virtual reality (VR) is a scenario generated by computer that simulates a realistic experience. The immersive environment can be similar to the real world to create a realistic experience based on reality or science fiction. Augmented reality systems can also be considered a form of virtual reality that places virtual information on a live camera feed into a headset, or through a smartphone or tablet.  

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Google Daydream

In 2016, Google introduced Daydream, a new virtual reality platform for Android devices that has the support of Google's own viewing hardware, Daydream View. & Nbsp; In 2017, Google changed sto to an independent virtual reality, announcing plans for 'headsets' that do not require a telephone or connect to a computer.

Daydream effectively simplifies access to virtual reality content on a mobile device. There is a list of optimal specifications that manufacturers must meet in order for a smartphone to be labeled as Day-Ready. There is a Daydream View VR headset made on Google, although several manufacturers can also build their own designs. And there is an all-in-one center for virtual reality content. Daydream Home is a one-stop store where you can launch VR applications or watch videos while wearing the headset.


Google Cardboard

Google Cardboard is a complete virtual reality platform. & nbsp; < span title = "It was developed at the Google Cultural Institute in Paris as one of those famous 20-percent time projects, and we first saw it at Google I /O 2014."> It was developed at Google and came to light by first time in Google I /O 2014.

The hardware side of Google Cardboard uses low-cost viewers, with the reference design made of folding cardboard (hence the name) 45 mm plastic lenses and a magnet or lever with capacitive tape to operate the screen. & nbsp; Once you have everything folded in the correct configuration (most kits come pre-folded and mounted) you slide your phone in the front Viewfinder (usually held in place by Velcro or elastic bands) and you run an application designed to work with Cardboard. You can also buy viewers made of pplastic, aluminum or EVA foam. & nbsp; Or viewers that look completely different, but work very well. & nbsp; The viewer only has to do two things: keep the Phone in front of the lenses at the correct distance and provide a way to interact with the screen.