With electronic products, we know the adjective ‘bulky’ doesn’t stick for long. Computers have slimmed down to palmtops; telephones have become slender smartphones; ovens have started using microwaves and undergone a serious cut down in installation space and virtual reality? Well, they still have the reliable headsets to be used.
Experiences are crucial in shaping our lives. We take inspiration from our everyday adventures. Some may argue that every incident that we go through, be it good or bad, is a memorable one that we should treasure. After all, we do learn from our mistakes. But, what about sickness?
In a country trying to execute the “internet for all” plan, it may come as a surprise when people talk of virtual and augmented reality. Even after we’ve become the leading member of SAARC, our world image seems to be that of a nation full of dancing people wearing gaudy
The major setback that virtual reality has yet to overcome is accessibility. One can surely argue that the availability of VR headsets is not ignorable. But, gadgets aren’t very trendy when they come at a cost. Besides, who’d want to buy another device to top off their expensive smartphone, laptop
What do you think of when you hear the words “virtual reality”? Mostly games and stuff, right? But avid worshipers of virtual reality admire the fact that it can be associated with so much more.
Virtual reality has found its place not only in the heart of every video gaming enthusiast
Cameras have been our trusted companions that help us capture a memorable event and never let it go. So, all we’ve used it for are stills, because frame movement in photographs are only possible in the “Potterverse”.
But then again, if you remember Lytro, you’d want to differ. The light field
Some argue that the strongest thing in the world must be unyielding. When they say so, they’re perhaps indicating a solid object. But, haven’t we already heard of the phrase “faith can move mountains”?
To conjecture that the strength of some good old fashioned faith tops that of everything else is
Recruitment season is always a hectic one. However, the process of hiring is always a stagnant. Every job aspirant is subjected to the same assessments which can supposedly analyze the candidate.
Most will not deny the fact that job interviews get quite dull after you’ve given many (daunting, yet boring). The
Virtual reality exists in our minds as an imitation of a part of the real world. We’ve never really bestowed an interest so deep that obsession seems inept compared to it.
Most may complain about the unavailability of the finesse with which most technology is dealt. For instance, the resolution is
Technology is advancing at an unmitigated rate; there’s no denying that. Long gone are the days when pinhole cameras were held dear by every photography (generally scientists; people had to create a camera to own it back then) enthusiast. Nowadays, a DSLR is the nominal (but prime) gadget required to