How is VR different from AR? What are the investment opportunities for virtual technology?
Virtual reality, also known as virtual reality, mainly uses computer technology to simulate and generate a three-dimensional virtual world, providing visual, auditory, tactile and other sensory simulations, so that users can experience immersive VR in a virtual three-dimensional space. Need to configure high-performance GPU. AR (Augmented Reality), also known as augmented reality, is mainly to superimpose auxiliary virtual objects in the user's existing visual space to realize the user's enhanced demand for additional scenes in the real space.
Its essence is the extension of the real world in the user's field of view to achieve the interaction of virtual objects and real scenes. AR needs to understand the scene and run it in real time. It needs to use very complex algorithms, so the CPU's performance is very high.
Therefore, the application of VR technology is concentrated in the mass consumer markets such as games, video, live broadcast and social, while AR focuses on vertical applications such as industrial and military. With the development and popularization of 5G technology in China, VR and AR applications will be faster development of.