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History of Virtual Reality, Part 5

History of Virtual Reality, Part 5 The Modern Era and Beyond The 1990s brought a plethora of new ideas and modern implementations for virtual reality, yet the technology and performance needed to handle this new age of VR still lagged behind. In the last several years, the ability for mobile devices and home computer systems […]

History of Virtual Reality, Part 2

History of Virtual Reality, Part 2 Following the conclusion of World War II, life went back to normal in the United States. Returning military members found an abundance of jobs and companies focused on manufacturing products not related to a war effort. This meant new technology developed over the past decade could finally be put […]

History of Virtual Reality, Part 1

History of Virtual Reality Part 1 The drive to create illusions of reality has dated back to nearly the dawn of mankind. Visual representation of animals, gods and the ideal man and woman date back tens of thousands of years, with early traces found in French caves, rock walls in Australia and in other corners […]