Redefining a campus tour with virtual reality

Virginia Tech students base their interactive design on survey feedback

By Nayara de Oliveira Faria, Julia Leeds, Chihab Nadri, Rafael Patrick, Willie Brown, Joseph L. Gabbard and Daniel A. Linares

Virtual reality (VR) technologies are becoming more common in different fields. These trends correspond to the maturing of the technology, the better understanding of uses and applications, and the overcoming of technical challenges. These challenges include the miniaturization of VR devices, untethering from a processing unit and the incorporation of additional sensors to improve the overall experience.

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