If you look at it, there’s a pattern to innovation. Humans tend to design systems to mimic nature as closely as possible. Till now, nature tends to design the most efficient systems possible to achieve it’s goals. Some examples:
You get the point.
Now coming back to the question. Yes. Absolutely. VR pioneers are working towards the goal of fully immersive VR which mimics nature. Let’s understand ‘WHY’.
Full immersion would ideally mean you pop in to the VR world, have full physical control of your body which would look and function the exact same as it would in the real world, right down to the blinking of your eyes along with all 5 of your senses. Fully immersive VR would solve a ton of problems.
The two points above branch into multiple more use cases. E.g: Collaborative meetings to showcase a new product, corporate training, productivity, learning a new sport, driving a narrative and so on.
Visualization techniques have long been associated with increased recall memory and learning. If you can design visual experiences that use VR, it will lead to an increased engagement, higher recall value and higher retention.