What is it like being in VR?
The best way I can describe it is it's like being able to transport to a completely different environment in an instant. What you see is something completely different than your real environment.
How do you move in VR?
It depends on what you are using. If you are using your smartphone you move by a cursor. There will usually be a dot somewhere on your screen when it is required for you to select items. The dot moves with your head movements and if you focus long enough on the item it will select it and open another screen. There is more advanced systems that track your whole body and your body is the remote and you control it by your bodies movements.
What are the different types of VR devices?
There are two primary types of VR devices—headsets with their own displays and cases that utilize a smartphone for the screen and processor. For the most part, the devices that have been in the marketplace thus far have been geared toward the early adopter. Facebook's Oculus Rift and HTC's Vive, for example, cost anywhere from $600 to $800. But the launch of Sony's PlayStation VR headset, retailing at $399, and the upcoming debut of Google's Daydream View at $79, is expected to make VR more accessible to the masses. There are some other more affordable devices like Samsung Gear at $99, which fits over Galaxy smartphones, and the essentially disposable cases like Google Cardboard, which are cheap and frequently given away.
What are the uses of VR?
VR can have many purposes and not limited to a specific area of concentration. Currently, VR is mainly being used for entertainment and gaming. The sky is the limit when it comes to virtual reality. It has been used for medical, judicial, educational, and marketing purposes. We will see virtual reality being used more and more in the upcoming years.
Can VR cause nausea?
Good VR will not cause nausea!