Advancements in VR - 2022

Updated: Nov 14

What is VR?

VR or Virtual Reality is a form of technology-based around the concept of "full emersion" or the idea -->

that all of or as many of your senses are involved to provide an immersive experience in a virtual simulation that can be either as close to or as wildly different from the real world as the creator of any given VR project wants it to be.


All jokes aside, modern virtual reality has its roots in the cinema industry back in 1957 thanks to this guy named Morton Heilig with the intent of making the movie-going experience better. VR has since made its way into many facets of industrial, commercial, and home use in applications such as VR gaming, in-home use and VR in the medical lab for mock procedures -- just to name a couple of the many uses and capabilities that it has.

The issues with VR:

When it comes to virtual reality in the workplace -- things are fairly sound -- but where VR lacks is the home and education markets.. While yes, there are examples of VR tech in the home such as the Oculus Rift or the Sony PlayStation VR (or more expensive options like the HTC Vive and more). But, the main problem with VR in the home environments is the lack of real adaptability in the home use outside of entertainment alone.


Enter Eden VR (or EVR), a revolutionary VR platform developed by the bright minds here at Skye Corp Industries designed to not only expand the capabilities of virtual reality in the home, but also to create a massive leap forward in VR. EVR is a full room setup, similar to offers provided by the likes of HTC and their Vive technology, among others.


Setting EVR above the rest is our unmatched capability to simulate not only auditory and visual stimuli but also simulating physical touch and realistic scents. This allows us to create an unmatched experience in the VR world. Although the development for this technology is still under development by the folks of Squad Two over in the R&D dept. -- we can expect the tech to be released sometime within the next five to seven years or so.

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