virtual reality

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virtual reality

[vur′cho̅o̅·əl]
a system of computer-generated, three-dimensional, imaginary environments with which a person can subjectively interact. Examples include medical research to monitor brain activity in the hippocampus of subjects trying to solve maze problems. It is also used for simulations and gaming.
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Gone are the days of surgeons wearing 3D goggles straight out of a 1950s sci-fi film.
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Requires separately purchased active 3D goggles with DLP Link, 3D player software application, HDMI/VGA cable, 3D content, PC/laptop with a 120Hz signal output quad buffered graphics card.
After the sun goes down, grab a pair of 3D goggles and pull up a seat at the pool