Virtual reality(VR) is on the lips of everyone because it is the most immersive way to tell a story by guaranteeing the user complete focus on the content. VR is the utilization of computer technology to create a virtual world that users can interact with and is designed in such a way that users would find it hard to point out the difference from what is real and what is not. With VR, the user is alienated from the real world while immersed in a world that is completely fabricated. By simulating as many senses as possible, such as vision, hearing, touch and even smell the user can interact with a persuasive 3D world.
In VR, you wear a head-mounted display that holds a screen in front of your eyes, which in turn is powered by a computer, gaming console or smartphone. Thanks to specialized software and sensors, the experience becomes your reality, filling your vision; at the high end, this is often accompanied by 3D audio that feels like a personal surround-sound system on your head, or controllers that let you reach out and interact with this artificial world in an instinctive way. When VR users look around or, in more advanced headsets, walk around, their view of that world adjusts the same way it would if they were looking or moving in real reality.