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How Can VR Advancements Satiate the Hunger of Tech-Hungry Minds?


Today, VR is a technology blended with our daily lives, and companies like Facebook and Google are leading the way by investing billions of dollars into virtual reality (VR). With the help of VR, we can create a world that is a replica of our own but with more convenient access. Imagine never having to watch anything on your computer or TV ever again. With VR headsets such as Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, you will be able to watch all of your favorite movies and shows from the same spot in your room while browsing social media at the same time. Even though it might sound unrealistic, once people realize what’s possible with this new tech, they will want it right away.

Here’s how tech-savvy can use VR advancements to satiate their hunger for advanced tech:

VR and SexTech

Scientists have created fantasy worlds in which human-like sex robots dominate human sexual encounters. Sextech, on the other hand, is a lot more than simply sex robots. This is because sexuality includes everything from climaxes and pleasure to relationships and education, health, crime reporting, medication, and gender identity. With the help of internet sales, the sex tech industry will expand to trillions of dollars in the next few years. Manufacturers are working hard to develop VR with sex dolls and robots with an intelligent response. These products and other gadgets can be enhanced and customized to provide value when couples aren’t together.

VR and 3D Printed Food

One of the things that can be done with VR is to create a digital kitchen, where all meals are 3D printed, and at the touch of a button, you can download cooking instructions directly into your brain to cook anything from chocolate cookies to beef wellington. While the idea may sound crazy, it becomes much more believable when we see technology advance in other fields, such as gaming or even entertainment. When gamers play Call of Duty on their PS4s, they put their brains in another world where they get shot at by terrorists while playing as a Special Forces operator. There’s no reason why something similar couldn’t work for cooking – but instead of putting your mind in an exciting battle scene, you would put it in a digital kitchen.

VR Tech Changing Athletes Training

Another example of how VR will change our daily lives is by allowing us to watch sports games in 3D from home without ever leaving the house or paying for tickets. In the future, it will be possible to buy a pair of glasses which allow you to see replicas of players as if they were right next to you during a game – whether it’s football, soccer or basketball. While this might not sound incredibly interesting at first glance, imagine seeing all the statistics that NBA teams use to analyze players. Just by looking at a player, you’ll see his shooting percentage, how he scores throughout the game, and other helpful information that helps coaches make better decisions regarding who to put on the court for specific games. The fact that you can watch sports from home using virtual reality sounds like a dream come true – but only it’s not a dream anymore. It’s almost reality.

VR Changing Shopping Online

One other fascinating use case for virtual reality is shopping. With advancements in AR technology over time, it will become more accessible than ever to shop without leaving home. Imagine being able to see what that new purse looks like on your friend before she purchases it? Or see if that shirt matches your favorite pair of pants in real-time. The fact is that the AR market is estimated to be worth $90 billion by 2020, and it’s safe to say that a big chunk of this will come from online shopping.

VR and Concerts Attendance

One use case for virtual reality, which might seem trivial at first glance, is attending concerts or festivals without ever leaving home. Think about how easy it would be to get an up-close look at your favorite singers like Taylor Swift (the leader in album sales) or Katy Perry, who has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide. Not only will you see them live, but you’ll also get backstage access thanks to VR technology, which allows you to feel as if you’re right next to them.

Reading up on VR advancements has got us pretty excited about what it will do in the future, but it’s still unclear when exactly we can expect these developments to go live. We know for sure that VR has put us on an exciting path that will be changed by what comes next – so stay tuned.