In this episode, Alexander Clark, Sensor, and Camera Architecture Manager at Hewlett-Packard (HP) and VR Startup founder joins us to talk about the developments in the VR realm and how new developments have been revolutionizing the way we view human-computer interaction.
- VR due to its immersive nature is helping revolutionize education and therapy in particular as it helps to teach people and act as a personalized space for those undergoing therapy
- Design is key to the VR interaction being intuitive as this technology offers an immersive experience unlike any other
- Information visualization is very interesting in VR because there are three-dimensional ways to visualize that data
- VR has various opportunities for remote teams as it offers a unique social interaction setting for dispersed teams as opposed to conventional video conferencing