The technology of VR has been rapidly evolving since its emergence half a century ago. The central concept, however, has remained the same. As a multisensory experience, VR engages multiple human senses, ensuring immersion instead of passive watching. Today, it has taken over the entertainment industry, and it is being implemented in travel and professional training.
The global entertainment industry is perhaps the most enthusiastic supporter of the new format. This is confirmed by its quick adoption in gaming. With a VR headset on, the digital gaming environment feels incredibly lifelike, and players feel like they are actually a part of this virtual world. There are numerous VR games for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. Other uses include augmented reality and CAVE (cave automatic virtual environment) systems, as well as simulators and platforms for 3D display.