ViReS provides any type of interactive virtual visualization, VR (Virtual Reality), AR (Augmented Reality), MR (Mixed Reality) and whatever else may come up. All visualization methods that attract the user with breath-taking images, audio and interactive scenarios.
But what’s the difference? Here’s some background information.
XR . CROSS REALITY
A term that stands for all kinds of digital experiences that generate a new form of reality, by bringing digital objects into the physical world. XR includes VR (Virtual Reality), AR (Augmented Reality), MR (Mixed Reality) and continues to expand. One-by-one terms that you find all over in the world of gamification.
VR . VIRTUAL REALITY
VR stands for ‘virtual reality’. It’s an experience where you are immersed in a virtual environment. The environment is a computer simulation that is mainly created through special glasses (visual) and sound (auditory). You are completely immersed by the virtual world. Sometimes, special equipment is added to interact with the environment.
AR . AUGMENTED REALITY
AR stands for ‘added reality’ or ‘augmented reality’. Elements or information are added to a real image. AR is certainly related to VR, but retains the experience of the ‘real world’. An extra layer is added to your observation.
MR . MIXED REALITY
MR stands for ‘mixed reality’. In this form of interreality, the virtual world blends with reality… The interaction is much more advanced than with VR. The images appear as it were the real world and you can interact with them in a realistic way, with multiple people. There’s a real collaboration between the created images and the real environment.