Virtual reality is a virtual scenario simulates the real environment but it bears no relation to the environment the user is in, nor does it interact with the real world.
Whereas Augmented Reality overlays or blends the real world, as seen through our device’s camera etc, with digital components. With AR, users can interact with virtual elements in the real world, and are able to distinguish between the two.
Using VR in your Business
- Can be used to help clients visualise the end product
- Being present in the scenario without actually visiting a place/ or the place being built yet
- Even though not a Design/Manufacturing benefit - VR is also being used to interview candidates
- Virtual reality for training - especially tricky, complicated and expensive processes.
- As an alternative to video conferencing
- Virtual tours and Marketing
- Giving a better experience to the customers