Immersive virtual reality (immersive VR) is the presentation of an artificial environment that replaces users' real-world surroundings convincingly enough that they are able to suspend disbelief and fully engage with the created environment. Immersiveness is an important element of virtual reality applications, such as VR gaming and VR therapy.
Samsung Gear VR¹ transforms virtual reality with a new handheld controller that seamlessly responds to organic, human movements in virtual experiences.² Every move, from turning and grabbing to pointing and lifting, is naturally connected from physical to virtual, making it more intuitive and spellbinding than ever before.
The main functional difference is the entity on the other end: a real environment in the case of telepresence, vs. a computer in the case of immersive virtual reality. Applications Application examples could be cited within emergency management and security services, B&I, and the entertainment and education industries.
Assuming you haven’t been comfortably living under a rock for the past few years, you will be well aware of the technological and cultural phenomenon called Virtual Reality (VR). And while it would be quite simple to boil VR down to “put on headset; enter virtual world”, the truth is it’s a little more nuanced than that.