Definition of virtual reality
Virtual reality (VR) is digitalization of what we experience, which entails much more than the quirky headsets for gamers.
It’s increasingly blurring the lines between what is real and what is not.
Our brains are wired to trust our sense of sight. Approximately 80% of the information we perceive of our environment are based on vision. It is extremely confusing when we can no longer distinguish visually computer-generated content from real-world observations.
We can expect the discussion on the existence of facts to escalate into an existential discussion on what is real or not, in a much broader sense of the word. Because virtual reality is just the beginning. We are on the verge of a broad introduction of augmented reality, which will take this twist on reality even further. We will artificially enhancing our realities.