Virtual reality modeling finds applications in a wide range of industries. Entertainment, training simulators, research in astronomy, medicine and other disciplines - all of these areas are gaining new opportunities thanks to VR. Unlike augmented reality, VR is usually a more costly technology. Complete environmental simulation requires a special helmet, audio system and devices for interaction with virtual objects. Meanwhile, AR apps often only require a smartphone. Almost all IT giants, including Microsoft, Apple and Google, have their own virtual reality developments.
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