Architecture and engineering
There is a lot that VR-based tools can do for engineers, architects, planners, designers, constructors, and so on. It helps them deliver value and make their work easier and better. Just imagine a project of your own house coming to life in front of your eyes in a way the best computer programs won’t be able to match. VR can greatly improve all the stages of the design cycle like the initial concept, modeling, prototyping, reviewing structural weaknesses and similar, as well as serving as an invaluable training tool.
VR in the gaming industry is one of the most promising trends for video game development and a significant stream of revenue for this sector. It is believed that the annual worldwide proceeds from VR will reach 28 billion dollars in 2020, with $4.5 B coming from actual VR games. The technology is getting more recognition in other entertainment branches as well. Some music artists use VR gear to provide a more memorable experience from music concerts. It is also used similarly in theaters, museums, galleries, and amusement parks.
The concept of learning has changed a lot because people can acquire knowledge in different ways. Many of them through the sense of sight. Applying solutions coming from Virtual Reality makes sense here, and it can transform learning processes for students and teachers. It allows them to have a fuller, more immersive experience and come into contact with excellent interactive content.
Tourism and marketing
Virtual Reality is a great way to showcase a product to potential customers to make them want it more. No wonder then that marketing was one of the first industries to embrace the new technology. Travel companies, especially, can find it useful to deliver realistic views of exotic locations, architectural monuments, and exciting places.