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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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Augmented reality is applied in the field of education also.
Although the lines between augmented reality and virtual reality have been blurring quite a bit lately, Abbruzzese argues that issues such as price, content, and general accessibility would need to be figured out over time before the two technologies can be melded into one.
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In an interview with the Financial Times, John Hanke, CEO of Niantic, the maker of the game, said that sponsored locations in the Pokemon augmented reality would provide a new revenue stream for the firm.
The Mobile Augmented Reality (MAR) technology has been around since the latter half of the previous decade.
According to experts, Augmented Reality (AR) is the integration of digital information in real time within the users environment.
Augmented Reality is a cutting-edge technology that allows information to be superimposed over what we see in the real world through tablets, phones or glasses.
Augment technology is integrated into the Salesforce1 Mobile App and brings augmented reality sales solutions to Salesforce customers.
Augmented reality will play a large role in the future training of military forces, Patel said.
An augmented reality browser is an alternative of a web browser in augmented spac- es, which aimed at navigating and publishing overlaid interactive contents.

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