Just imagine that you are standing inside a kitchen and taking a look at the cabinets, countertop, cabinets etc. However, you are not too impressed with the space, and you feel that the colours are not right, that the kitchen island is dominating the entire space etc. You feel that the space lacks warmth and doesn’t seem inviting. No, this is not the kitchen that you would like to have in your own house. However, what if you could instantly fix all of this kitchen’s negative points? What if you could mould it according to your ideas of what a kitchen should look like?
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Virtual reality is a technology that is all set to bring about change in many fields. One of the fields in which virtual reality finds application is the military. In fact, military applications were among the earliest applications of virtual reality. For example, way back in 1929, a commercial flight simulator called the ‘Link trainer’ was created by Edward Link – this technology was used by the U.S. Military. Let us take a closer look at the military applications of virtual reality.
Since the introduction of 360-video on Facebook and YouTube, and companies like Samsung, Google and Microsoft releasing VR hardware devices, virtual reality has been receiving a lot of attention from marketers who now understand how useful the technology can be as a tool for connecting with consumers. What was previously associated mostly with videogames is now being seen as an immensely powerful tool for marketing.