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Virtual Reality Cloud -rendering is on the Horizon

Augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies have had a lot of hype in the past. The idea that everything is better in 3d has taken off like a wildfire. This hype has started to decline. However, with innovative science, research, and advancements in technology, VR will continue to transform the world. Virtual reality has changed the gaming, healthcare, military, and education industries.   Immersive computer-generated worlds of fantasy stories like Ready Player One may become reality in the not so distant future.

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A viewer doesn’t need an expensive headset or super tech to experience VR and AR. Observers are also exploring immersive reality experiences through their web browsers. The technology has become an important part of many industries. It is especially useful for training purposes in about every industry including construction. There’s a clear demand for this type of experience today. Fifty percent of companies not presently utilizing the technology will start experimenting with it in the next 2-3 years. 82 percent of those individuals using it currently says the benefits are meeting or surpassing expectations. Simulated experiences will be the next phenomenon in customer experience.

A potential house buyer could enjoy a VR tour or an AR view of different furniture in the space. Fashion retailers are already offering customers AR projections of how clothes will look on them. Products will become more real for consumers, and the idea of ‘try before you buy’ will take on a whole new meaning.

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality have received a lot of attention on websites, blogs, consumer and industry publications. Separately, these two technologies have been discussed in length. However, there hasn’t been much talk of combining the two. The main reason is that until now there haven’t been many companies interested in combining the two. One of the core challenges facing the implementation of combining VR and AR isn’t just the price of the headset, but the cost, processing and graphics requirements of the connected PC.

A viewer doesn’t need an expensive headset or super tech to experience VR and AR. Observers are also exploring immersive reality experiences through their web browsers. The technology has become an important part of many industries. It is especially useful for training purposes in about every industry including construction. There’s a clear demand for this type of experience today. Fifty percent of companies not presently utilizing the technology will start experimenting with it in the next 2-3 years. 82 percent of those individuals using it currently says the benefits are meeting or surpassing expectations. Simulated experiences will be the next phenomenon in customer experience.

Collectively AR and VR are called XR. Immersive XR experiences will arrive sooner than someone might expect. Technological change is accelerating rapidly, and 2019 will be the year that the technology needed to transform this dream into a reality is perfected. The technology already exists. The task now is to modify it to fit all needs including virtual reality porn. Cloud is the key to making XR affordable for businesses and consumers alike.

Applications, data, and memory can all be stored in cloud environments, ready to be streamed to customers on-demand through tomorrow’s 5G networks. Immersive XR experiences will arrive sooner than someone might expect. Technological change is accelerating rapidly, and 2019 will be the year that the technology needed to transform this dream into a reality is perfected.