On the same date a year ago Oculus launched its VR headsets to 90 different libraries in California. Now HTC Vive’s Libraries Program has come up with VR headsets in 110 different libraries of California and Navada. These VR headsets was launched HTC to give best VR experience to everyone with HTC has also entered in the field of VR headsets.
It’s very difficult to understand how these to program are similar to which extent but both the programmes have committed to give consumers best experience. With this consumers can have marvelous gaming experience, consumers just need to wear these VR headsets and they ready to roll the game. HTC has always done tremendous work in the area of technology whether say mobile phones, charger or earphones and now it’s time for VR headsets with finest quality.
HTC has launched a list of ” 35 programs with most immersing educational and most observed VR apps” to use these apps in the library settings for better results, so never thought that more zombies are killing inside your VR headsets. Consumers can even take a fictional holiday trip to Berlin Wall walking along with your better half or taking yourself toInternational Space Stations touching all the planets, imagine your swimming with shark in your farm house’s swimming pool, building virtual models with 3D effects in printing and meditating to make your soul peaceful.
This is just a beginning to show how information can be stored and distributed in public places like libraries. Information is meant to convey other not only keeping to yourself, there have been many techniques to spread information since ages but with the evolution of time we have come up to VR headsets where cannot just hear any kind of information but can also watch them like reality. I remember Halliday’s Archive from Ready Player One film, in some scenes attendees can see the memories like flashbacks just like they are going on in front of their eyes in reality but that just memory flashback. Libraries are going to use these VR headsets for the purpose of education to disseminate information and field trips. There are always innovations in the teaching technique and introducing this will be a great exposure for students.
David in elementary school has just craving to watch the modern day equivalent of the “Magic School Bus”.