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Virtual Reality:Part II of the Economical summary & The Future

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Brett Butler

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of Virtual Reality:Part II of the Economical summary & The Future

VR on the Market Cost of Equipment
and its Impact Head Mounted Displays
$100s-$10,000s


SimEye SXL50 STM
$75,000

Motion Trackers
$100-$10,000
Gypsie 6
Starting at $25,000
VR Gloves
$89-$1,000s Pinch Glove
$1900 Controllers
$20-$1,000 X-Gun
$589
Force/Feedback Devices
$45-$10,000s
VR Motion Chair
$4,000 Vision Domes
$10,000s-$100,000s Vision Dome 5
$150,000
Virtual Simulators
$1,000s-$100,000s VST 3D Theater
$10,000 (4 Seats)
Nintendo Wii
Starting price $199
Games $9.99 and Up The Future OF Virtual Reality Any Indications for
Future Change? VR is not at its Peak
More competition In VR will lead to lower prices. When prices are lower, it will become more wide spread. When it becomes more wide spread, manufactors will innovate to make their products better.
Virtual Reality will be especially big in the gaming world.
Gaming consoles will slowly transcend over the up coming years to have VR characteristics.
As movies began to transcend to 3D, more theaters will invest in VR.


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Therapeutic use such as Post traumatic Stress Disorder.
Right now researchers are trying to focus on the Five senses to make Virtualy reality seem like reality.
What issues will be Evident
In the future? Physical, physiological and psychological issues Will be Evident. Physical Issues

Physical discomfort
Hygiene
Immersion injuries
Physiological

Visual symptoms
Simulator sickness
Cardiovascular change
Gastrointestinal change
Biochemical change Psychological

Behavioral: Stress, addiction isolation, mood changes
Cognitive: perceptual shifts, disorientation changes in perceptual judgment, change in psychomotor performance
THE END........ ................ ......Any Questions?
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