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Virtual Reality (VR) is a computer-generated perspective that allows the user to experience an altered, virtual environment. The latest generation of VR headsets fit around the user's head and over their eyes, visually separating him or her from whatever space they are physically occupying. Computer generated images make up the simulated reality and are fed to the user via two small lenses within the headset.

Through a VR headset, a user can virtually:

  • Climb Mt. Everest 
  • Check the view from the Eiffel Tower
  • Explore the Amazon (it was a jungle before it was a shopping thing)
  • Experience a movie through the eyes of one of the characters

Or even...

Learn to operate a crane? That is what ITI Research & Development sought to find out via a June 2016 survey. 

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Cranes | Rigging | Lift Planning | Engineering | VR Simulation

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