This Is Virtual Reality Gaming
Virtual reality gaming is when a person interacts with the 3D environment during a game, hence getting the experience of being in it.
Bio-sensing is one way of detecting a person’s presence in a game and it involves recording a person’s movement in a 3D space when small sensors are attached to the body, suit or glove. A computer interprets the movements and produces a number of responses within that space. The sensors influence what goes on in a game once they detect the movements of a player in a clever, but technical way. ‘Immersive experience’ is what it is.
Game programmers would love to explore websites in a lively way, hence the idea of a 3D internet. With a 3D internet, a person would be able to manipulate the web page by simply physically touching it rather than clicking on a link. This allows you to interact with others in a 3D environment through the virtual world.
There are several languages utilized in virtual reality. For the intense tech followers, here they are:
1) 3DML: enables someone to visit a site through a plug in.
2) VRML: the earliest VR language on the internet.
3) X3D: replacement of VRML
4) COLLADA (Collaborative Design Activity): allows 3D programs file exchange.
Some people say that for an environment to be considered virtual there has to be the use of a head mounted display, which is not used on the internet based 3D, however others don’t agree with this thought.