Virtual reality headset and VR uses in the real worldA virtual reality headset is built with a stereoscopic head-mounted display (providing separate images for each eye). stereo sound, and head motion tracking sensors (which may include gyroscopes, accelerometers, structured light systems, etc.). Some VR headsets also have eye-tracking sensors and gaming controllers. A virtual reality headset provides immersive virtual reality for the user who wears VR headset.Some VR headsets also have eye-tracking sensors and gaming controllers. The lenses of the headset are responsible for mapping the up-close display to a wide field of view, while also providing a more comfortable distant point of focus. One challenge with this is providing consistency of focus: because eyes are free to turn within the headset, it’s important to avoid having to refocus to prevent eye strain. The gyroscope sensor measures the angular rotational velocity. Accelerometers in mobile phones are used to detect the orientation of the phone. To get the immersive experience the mobile phones should have gyroscope sensor. Without the gyroscope sensor in the mobile, you can watch normal movies and 3D movies but cannot watch 360 videos.
Uses of VR Headsets in real life
- You can use to watch movies (3D,360 videos, normal videos).
- You can use to play virtual reality games.
- You can watch google places using vr headset.