Virtual Reality Gifs that will Make You Excited for the Future

Virtual reality is continuing to change the way we interact with the virtual world. If you ever get a chance to experience VR, you need to. Here are some GIFs to prove to you that Virtual Reality is the future…

Learning About Anatomy

Learning about possible maladies or teaching students about the human body will never be the same.

Designing 3D Parts

If you want to design a part or product, you’ll be able to do it in a completely virtual space.

Experiencing Video Games

Your video games are going to take you to the next level. You won’t be able to tell virtual from reality.

Designing will be like Sculpting

Designing is going to feel a lot more like sculpting and allow for much more fluid movements and designs.

You Can Fly

You’ll be able to fly like a bird!… with the help of some extra equipment.

It Will be Scary

Throw out horror movies, horror games will now be an even bigger market than they already are.

You Can See Your Organs

With the help of scanning technology, patients could see their own hearts and doctors could see patients hearts as physical objects beating in front of them.

Star Wars Just Got Real

Going to see that new Star Wars movie is going to feel a little more real…

Be Careful…

And lastly, you need to be careful where you use VR because things can get a little messy.

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Trevor is a civil engineer by trade and an accomplished internet blogger with a passion for inspiring everyone with new and exciting technologies. He is also a published children’s book author whose most recent book, ZOOM Go the Vehicles, is aimed at inspiring young kids to have an interest in engineering.


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