Location-based VR and entertainment is the future of VR
This article explains why location-based Virtual Reality is going to take over.
As virtual reality becomes a more common concept, entertainment and gaming industries are out to leverage it to create more and more advanced experiences that can be offered by this technology.
One such upcoming concept is location-based virtual reality gaming and entertainment. These distinctive fields both can be seen on the path of leveraging location-based data and the power of VR to create and expand their horizons beyond what is currently common knowledge.
The next expansion that can be seen is the use of the location-based virtual reality that can be used to create high-quality gaming and visuals that would not be confined to a computer system or even a room.
A full body VR experience has also come into the picture. This has popped up in a few cities around the world in the past year.
Immersive entertainment has taken a 180-degree flip now that VR is not just limited to visuals but full body experiences.
Location-based entertainment VR is a promising field that has still not hit the mainstream. It embodies itself in gaming corporations and entertainment giants still testing waters with nothing concrete in place as such.
Trials and tests have proven it to have potential, but to harness that power and potential is still not known fully, and that is the beauty of it.
For instance, in the near future, we can imagine gaming scenarios that use location-based VR like running through a haunted house on your VR device and bumping into a cobweb and then a zombie but in reality, it would be made up of threads, foam, and fake haunting sounds.
It may use effects like wind, heat, and props to make experiences as real as possible.
As the people’s interest in VR grows, it is only natural that these companies change with times to provide superior quality sophisticated interfaces that are up to date with technology, seamless, and integrated at the top level.
Entertainment industry works on the fact that it has to put itself in the shoes of its audience and create games, visuals, and technology they themselves would like to use.
User experience has become key in these niches, making it an audience dominated industry.
With location-based VR becoming the future of entertainment and gaming, we can see a rise in this heavily potent industry in the coming time.
Brace yourselves and watch your step, because this time you might really trip