At one time, virtual reality was thought to be a science fiction fantasy. Just a few decades later, its application is visible almost everywhere, from flight simulators to hospitals and even deep-sea mining. Virtual reality is proving to be a game-changer in many industries.
But could freelancing be one of them? Yes, and here’s why:
Learn about a topic or niche you less familiar with
Assume, you are working on a scene that has to do with our galaxy, where would you go to gain background knowledge or learn more about the topic? You guessed it! Books. But let’s face it, some of these books are expensive, dense, or may be hard to access. And surfing the web looking for such knowledge can be tedious and time-consuming.
In contrast, virtual reality helps save time on research by providing you unique experiences stored on the virtual reality providers’ servers. You can develop real background knowledge on an unfamiliar topic with less hassle or investment in numerous books.
Fight writer’s block
Have your creativity tanks dried up? Are you struggling to put words on paper? Instead of cursing yourself for wasting the entire day without writing anything, power up your Google expedition or Street view app and take