Used to animate videos and games, Virtual Reality is gradually becoming a part of our lives like the mobile phone did during the course of the past 42 years.
CB Insights consider that Virtual Reality is gradually becoming the next big computing trend of our time, and that it will push the boundaries of visual and realistic model creation that are more accurate, more lifelike, and more interactive.
When Motorola prototyped the first mobile phone in 1973, people could see the potential. Even though it cost thousands of dollars, was larger than the user’s head, and weighed a few pounds, there was promise. But the world that technologists envisioned in 1973 pales in comparison to the world 42 years later. Today, after waves of innovation in mobility, our phones have become a piece of our very persona. That was impossible to imagine — despite the promise. Virtual reality is a lot like that today.