Virtual Reality gives users the ability to completely immerse themselves into a virtual world with the use of goggles that obscure their vision of the real world. With this technology, people can experience 360-degree renderings of sights and locations long lost to us, as well as train for unexpected situations for work purposes while keeping being completely safe.

Instructional applications in simulated VR environments are becoming increasingly popular and by using stereoscopic views and controllers for the user’s grip, this technology is ideal for the exploration of cultural sights and archeological buildings.