Virtual reality and social interaction
by SMEBOOK (admin) · March 15, 2020
Virtual Reality means experiencing the not so real in a simulated real environment whereas social interaction involves human connection i.e. one-on-one communication or conversation. Social interaction gets started as soon as one person meets another but many feel reluctant to speak with others due to many reasons like because of introvert nature, trust factor, reliability, etc. And here comes the virtual reality where people respond positively without any hesitance and easily create an authentic relationship in the simulated virtual environment. VR offers the ease and unlocks the authenticity. Thus, virtual reality can be used to study social interaction with a warm connection, particularly for introverts.
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