2021, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A
Multimedia and virtual reality: Its applications in the real world
Author(s): multimedia, virtual reality, applications, education, military
Abstract: Although new visual technologies like VR and multimedia have been associated with "fringe applications" in art and entertainment, there are a number of legitimate engineering and manufacturing applications that are still developing. Computer systems that provide integrated access to a wide variety of data via the stimulation of human senses utilising digital technologies are referred to as multimedia systems. The capacity of computer systems to merge real-world events with computer-generated content to create a stimulating environment is known as virtual reality (VR). VR social media is opening up intriguing new avenues for multi-media communication. Video games, movies, and other kinds of media may now be interacted with by means of this new technology. Using virtual reality, surgeons and pilots will be able to practise surgery in an atmosphere similar to a hospital, which will help them become more comfortable in the cockpit. Virtual reality may be used to teach and learn more effectively if it is accompanied with multimedia. Forecasters believe that the VR and multimedia applications in manufacturing and engineering will account for approximately 1/3 of the $11.1B revenues generated in 1994. This paper will help you understand what's happening in the virtual world and what applications are being used in the field.
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multimedia, virtual reality, applications, education, military. Multimedia and virtual reality: Its applications in the real world. Int J Res Circuits Devices Syst 2021;2(1):60-65.