Virtual reality is the creation of a virtual environment presented to our senses that gives an ability to allow the person to view three-dimensional images. These images appear life-sized from the perspective of the user, in such a way that we experience it as if we were really there.
The computer-generated images replaces hand-drawn renderings — essentially reducing time spent on redrafting layouts and drawings, effectively reducing costs and increasing safety.
The direction of this technology’s role in architecture is clear, as are the advantages of getting ahead of the trend.
All you need is a VR headset that fits around your head that comes in different forms; starting from an inexpensive google cardboard to the much more expensive option like the Oculus, for a fully immersive VR experience.