Virtual Reality (immersive)

Virtual reality is a computer-generated, interactive, three-dimensional environment in which a person immerges. Although the imaginary objects do not really exist, we interact with them as if they were real. Psychologically, this means a radical change, since a person does not look at a picture, but has become part of the virtual world.

Areas of application

  • Improved spatial (3D) perception
  • 6DOF (degree of freedom), spatial interaction with spatial (3D) data
  • Illustration and solution of spatial-geometric problems
  • Solving 'spatial' problems (Visual Analytics)
  • Application makes more sense, the more complex the task
  • Human as a decision-making body (otherwise algorithmic solution)