Virtual reality is a simulated environment that uses computer modeling to give users an immersive feel of their surroundings.
It is completely immersive, and everything that we see is part of an environment created artificially through visuals, sounds, and so on. This environment is perceived through special electronic equipment, such as a head-mounted display.
Virtual reality has been around for a while now, but it has only been in the last few years that it has really taken off and become a part of our everyday lives.
It's now being used in a variety of industries, including entertainment, medicine, and education.
Virtual reality can be used to train employees, provide them with new information, or even show them how something will look before it’s built. It also has a huge potential for sales and marketing. VR provides an immersive experience for customers and makes it easier to understand and visualize products. With VR, you can walk around your product and see it from every angle.