Virtual reality (VR) stands for a computer-generated surrounding where a user’s presence is simulated, and thus this environment is often perceived as real. While using VR devised –glasses, headsets – a person can actually “walk” around this digital world and interact with the displayed objects. To make a user perceive this environment as real, VR projects stimulate human senses, so that a user can see a 3D 360-degree surrounding, hear the sounds and feel the vibrations.
Often virtual reality is confused with augmented reality, but they are actually different. As mentioned above, virtual reality means a totally artificial environment while Augmented reality assumes embedding digital objects into the real environment.
Artificial intelligence and Computer Vision mean a lot to Virtual reality. These technologies enable VR devices to see the surrounding world in a way that humans see it.
Java VR solutions can be applied in a number of spheres – entertainment, medicine, architecture, education and training, space industry, etc. Let’s look at how they can be applied:
So, Virtual reality Java programming solutions certainly change the usual order of things and allow people to visit a brand new world by simply putting glasses or a headset on. Here at ISS Art we believe that Virtual reality brings exciting opportunities to many spheres of our life and can really help us make the world better. In particular, medical VR apps obviously confirm this belief.
We’d love to take over new challenging tasks and work on complex Java VR solutions. We have all the resources for this – our programmers have exceptional skills in mathematics, analysis, and computer science as well as solid experience with the technology stack suitable for such projects. So, if our VR Java services can assist you with your objectives, we are happy to help.