As we approach the year 2025, the realm of virtual reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence is advancing at an unprecedented pace. While many people may still be unaware of the power of these technologies, we are living in a time where the line between the virtual and the real is becoming increasingly blurred.
If you are new to the world of VR and AR, welcome! Although you may have arrived late to the party, it's better late than never. In fact, we are on the brink of what's known as the "technological singularity" - a point where technological progress will surpass our ability to comprehend it.While many people focus on the latest advancements in virtual reality accessories, such as sensing joysticks, odor and taste systems, and vibration suits, the true power of VR lies in the intersection of virtual reality and artificial intelligence.
While VR has been advancing in parallel with the advancements in AI, it's the latter that has taken a giant leap forward in recent years. One company that has been leading the way in this area is NeuraLink, a company founded by Elon Musk, the owner of Tesla and SpaceX.NeuraLink's goal is to connect the human brain directly to computers, and they have been making steady progress towards achieving this goal. Their recent experiment involved a NeuraLink worker playing a game on a PC using only their brain.
Elon Musk believes that merging with machines is the only way for humanity to survive.While NeuraLink is perhaps the most famous company in this field, Valve has also recently developed a new installation that can translate thoughts into actions in virtual space. We can predict that a "real virtual reality" that broadcasts from a computer directly to the brain will be launched before 2025.
In the future, we may look back at the virtual reality glasses and accessories that we use today and laugh at how primitive they were. A true virtual reality experience will simulate the actual world 100% directly to the brain, without the need for any glasses or accessories.In conclusion, the future of virtual reality and augmented reality is bright, and it's only going to get better as we continue to merge these technologies with artificial intelligence. So strap on your VR headset and get ready to enter a whole new world!
Article written by Amit Caesar