Facilitating With Virtual Reality

Virtual reality (VR) conjures up a sense of awe and wonder. It’s the mystical and futuristic stuff seen in movies. Yet it’s also here and now. VR is a part of today’s reality, and it’s more accessible and available than ever.

Even if you don’t have a VR headset, you’ve likely experienced virtual reality in some way. Maybe you’ve visited an exceptionally spooky haunted house on Halloween. Or you’ve seen a 3-D or 4-D movie with amazing special effects. Or you’ve been to an amusement park and gone on a fully immersive ride. These immersive experiences aren’t real, yet they seem real. Therein lies the power of VR: It makes you feel like you are experiencing something when you’re not.

That’s also the goal ...

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