Virtual reality (VR) is the use of computer modeling and simulation that enables a person to interact with an artificial three-dimensional 3D visual or other sensory environment. In a typical VR format, a user wearing a helmet with a stereoscopic screen views animated images of a simulated environment.
Augmented reality (AR) is an enhanced version of the real physical world that is achieved through the use of digital visual elements, sound, or other sensory stimuli delivered via technology. It is a growing trend among companies involved in mobile computing and business applications in particular.
Mixed Reality (MR) combines elements of both AR and VR, real-world and digital objects interact. Mixed reality technology is just starting to take off with Microsoft’s HoloLens one of the most notable early mixed reality apparatuses.
Virtual Reality Architecture Visualization
360° Renders for VR use
360° VR Visualization
Using a VR headset while watching this video will take you to a different world. A two story luxurious Villa.
While using the VR headset; It's advised to watch this video while standing since the shots were taken by a camera aligned with the average eye level of a person standing, and the scene is 1:1 real-life scale, so you might feel dizzy if you watch it sitting down.
If you don't have a VR set at the moment, you can use your mouse to navigate but you might miss the whole VR experience, unfortunately. Fortunately, you can check out the VR headset point of view below.
VR headset point of view
Baking Texture & Lighting to Low Poly 3D Models
Preparing 3D assests for AR use in News Broadcasting
Preparing 3D assets for Augmented Reality applications