How virtual reality uses data?
by SMEBOOK (admin) · March 13, 2020
Virtual Reality works in a 3-D environment where a 360-degree video image is portrayed on the HD screen that is positioned very close to the user's eye. Virtual reality holds tremendous potential to bring unexplored transformations. But in VR the file sizes are quite large because of its nature where data need to be constantly retrieved, refreshed, edited, and sent back to the user's screen with no delay. Generally, one terabyte of data per hour is generated in one interactive VR application session that requires ten to twenty times higher storage capacity than any standard high-definition videos. Thus, VR requires high storage capacity as a large volume of data is parsed.
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