How does Virtual Reality (VR) work?

How does Virtual Reality (VR) work?

Virtual Reality (VR) is a simulated, 3D environment that gives a user the feeling of being in that environment, instead of the one they’re actually in. In order for the brain to perceive the manipulated environment, an immersive experience is created through stereoscopy. Additionally, sensory stimulation such as eye-movement tracking and sound is incorporated to produce the effect.

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