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vr and cave - Paper 1 The futures of virtual reality and...

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Paper 1 The futures of virtual reality and CAVE automatic virtual environment technologies are truly limitless. Today, both technologies are mostly used in gaming, simulating real life experience to create a virtual world for users to explore. In the future however, virtual reality could be a part of our everyday lives. It could be one of the biggest industries we will see in the coming years along with the growth of a large array of job opportunities. VR and CAVEs could be a big help to students, teachers, surgeons, militaries, police, industry, science, and even different types of therapy over the next century. Surgeons might be able to operate on a virtual cadaver, before their first surgery. Students and teachers may be able to explore other parts of the world, or be involved in life like simulations of past events. The military and policemen will be able to train at a much more low cost, low risk level, before they are put into the real world. Therapists will be able to help patients get over certain phobias, like the fear of flying, by virtually being put into an airplane seat with all the noises and images and vibrations, of a real life plane. Or even to train commercial airline pilots how to fly in poor weather conditions, or how to land a plane that has had some sort of technical failure. The bottom line is virtual reality and CAVE technologies can and will have advantageous effects on
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