Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality

Virtual Reality (VR): Virtual reality is a technology that transports users into a digitally created environment with the assistance of computer technology, enhancing the sensory experience. VR is typically implemented using a VR headset or goggles, influencing the user's visual, auditory, and sometimes tactile senses, providing an experience completely isolated from the real world. It finds applications in various fields such as gaming, education, healthcare, and industrial simulations.

Augmented Reality (AR): Augmented reality is a technology that enriches the physical environment in the real world with computer-generated data. AR is often carried out through portable devices like smartphones, tablets, or AR glasses. These devices perceive the user's surroundings and enable interaction with virtual elements overlaid onto the real-world view. AR has a broad range of applications from the retail sector to industrial maintenance, offering users the ability to merge real-world and virtual content.

Both technologies provide users with different ways to experience the real world, with the fundamental distinction being that virtual reality immerses the user entirely into a virtual environment, while augmented reality blends virtual content with the real world.