Virtual reality and
augmented reality, the
New to the world of virtual reality? Have you attended a virtual
reality experience London? What about the up and coming world
of augmented reality?
While these 2 technology types sound similar and do bleed into
each other a bit in relation to terminology and technology, they
accomplish very different things in very different ways for the
user. In this guide, the difference between attending a virtual
reality experience London and an augmented reality one will be
highlighted, and some other important questions will be
answered. So, enjoy!
When you book a virtual reality experience London, you will
usually be given an introduction session on how to use the
associated equipment, such as a headset.
When you are wearing the headset, you are plunged into a 3D
world, usually with sounds and 360 degrees of vision, allowing
you to become fully immersed in the experience.
As such, a virtual reality experience London can be used for
anything from a fun day out for children and families to training
and team-building experiences for office staff. And of course for
training for the zombie apocalypse or an alien invasion!
It is unlikely that you would be able to book an augmented reality
day in the same way that you can book a virtual reality experience
Why is this? Because augmented reality is not as immersive and
as such, when you wear a pair of augmented reality glasses or
another device, you are having things added to your vision and
experience, rather than becoming totally immersed.
Imagine looking in front of you right now and seeing the room
before you, but also seeing buttons or additions that when you
remove the glasses are not there. In essence, augmented reality
tracks your movements and projects images over the top.
OK, so this has in essence been covered, but
the reason why many people want to book a
virtual reality experience London is that
they want to see and engage with a 3D
world that could