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Jul 01 2016 | 1:21 pm EDT pkcable

Lots of practical uses. In Real estate, or home improvement for example. Education and training, and also practice for those who are already trained BUT want to do a trail run. For example lets say a doctor is doing a delicate operation and needs precise timing, he/she could use VR to make a few trial runs before operating. It could be used in military, and in space mission planning also. Simulating and practicing the sortie or mission BEFORE actually committing full resources. The possibilities are endless!

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Jul 01 2016 | 5:02 pm EDT Penguwin

Exactly what pkcable said! I currently work for a medical device manufacturer and we have quite a few 3D and VR products in the pipeline... some to even be used during actual surgeries, not just prep / trial runs.

This technology is really at its infancy as far as it's application.
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Jul 01 2016 | 6:33 pm EDT pitbrawlzant

I am in architectural design school and want to focus on VR as a way to better design and present buildings.