Virtual Reality, or VR, comprises of two words ‘virtual’ and ‘reality’, which together essentially mean ‘near-reality’. We interpret and understand our surrounding environment using our senses like smell, see, touch, feel and taste. Also, we use our perception to understand our surroundings. Our sensory organs collect these data, which is then processed by our brain, and then the body acts accordingly and interprets things surrounding us.
VR helps us to provide the same experience even though we might not be present at that location. We can define Virtual Reality as the application of computer technology to form a simulated ambience. Virtual Reality helps people to communicate within a 3D environment with the help of technological devices like 3D goggles, VR headsets and so on.