THE EMERGING TECHNOLOGY CONVERTING THE REALITY INTO VIRTUALITY
Muhammad Azhar Naeem Kamboh
University of Engineering and Technology, UET Link Road, Taxila, Rawalpindi, Punjab 47080, Pakistan Taxila Pakistan
Keywords: Emerging technology, reality, virtuality
Abstract

The current computers technologhy using metals, semiconductors and electrromagnicity. But, it may poteintally be replace with nuclear entities, biotechnological life material (DNA, RNA, plasmid) or light. The scientist predicts the multiplication from quartz to quantum and that may be off the scale.

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Identifiers and Pagination:
Year:2018
Volume:3
First Page:1
Last Page:2
Publisher Id:J Exp Phy (2018 ). 3. 1-2
Article History:
Received:November 5, 2018
Accepted:December 05, 2018
Collection year:2018
First Published:December 11, 2017

Potential of diversity and multiplicity

The mini size of machines are converted into micro and then into nano dimension. The nano sized biological computers are empowering and regulating the specific biochemical and metaphisical features of living organisms. That may ratioaliz the cell bioiology and optamize the transmembran signas transmission. Currently the sciences is working to explore more safe minimum possible sized transmitters, transducers and transductors. That may be  implanted inside the body to get the desired outcomes. (Gigante, 1993).)

Moreover, we can notice the changed in curretn digital technology cloud computing, smartphones, multi touch tablets etc.  These innovations has introduced the revolution in daily live and work. The upcoming  products will potentially change the world. The desktop control, eye movements, printing the the creativity into physical products, submerging and interacting into the virtual world are clues of future technology. Read Also: 20 Futuristic Concept Gadgets That Really Inspire. (Cruz-Neira et al., 1993)

Simulation, hypothethesis and augmentation

Augmentation of real world has already been introduced, that  present the life in the forms of simulation and experiment. Hypothetically, the Google Glass enable to view the map, social media posts, GPS navigation and texting the images. In addtion of that the 3D printing technology is forging the digital design into a real solid product. There is no considerable addtion but an advanced mechine of personal 3D printer. That is obviously a innovative idea. Thus, in future technology the individual professional will be capable of making their creative work into physical products without limitation. (Huang et al., 2015)

The Oculus Rift is virtual reality used in games. (Desai et al., 2014) That will let the individuals feel actually inside the video game. The players can turn head around with an ultra low latency to view the surrounding in high resolution display. The premium products of oculus rift diplayed in the market. But, ofcourse this the beginning of the revolution for next generation. (Schwald  and Laval, 2003)

Morever, the Leap Motion is another technology recently introduced inmarket. users are not comfortable with multi touch desktop because of getting tired with prolonged use. However, the Leap Motion has challenged the siuation with with a more advanced idea. We can now control our desktop with fingers without touching the screen. It’s not only the motion sensor but also allows us to scroll, zoom and sign the documents. (Ware et al., 1993)

Eye Tribe is also used for eye tracking. That is actively discussed by enthusiasts technologists throughout the world. But its implementation is really a big challeng. This technology is experimented successfully and allow us to control the gadgets.

References

Cruz-Neira, C. , Sandin, D. J. , and DeFanti, T. A. (1993). Surround-Screen Projection-Based Virtual Reality: The Design and Implementation of the Cave,” 20th Annual Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques (SIGGRAPH), Anaheim, CA, Aug. 2–6, pp. 135–142.

Desai, P. R. , Desai, P. N. , Ajmera, K. D. , and Mehta, K. (2014). A Review Paper on Oculus Rift—A Virtual Reality Headset,” Int. J. Eng. Trends Technol., 13(4), pp. 175–179

Gigante M. A. (1993). Virtual reality: definitions, history and applications. Virtual Real. Syst. 3–14. 10.1016/B978-0-12-227748-1.50009-3

Huang, F.-C. , Chen, K. , and Wetzstein, G. (2015). The Light Field Stereoscope: Immersive Computer Graphics Via Factored Near-Eye Light Field Displays With Focus Cues. ACM Trans. Graphics, 34(4), pp. 60:1–60:12.

Schwald B., De Laval B. (2003). An augmented reality system for training and assistance to maintenance in the industrial context. J. WSCG 11.

Schmidt M., Beck D., Glaser N., Schmidt C. (2017). A prototype immersive, multi-user 3D virtual learning environment for individuals with autism to learn social and life skills: a virtuoso DBR update, in International Conference on Immersive Learning, Cham: Springer, 185–188. 10.1007/978-3-319-60633-0_15

Ware C., Arthur K., Booth K. S. (1993). Fish tank virtual reality, in Proceedings of the INTERACT’93 and CHI’93 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, (Amsterdam: ACM; ), 37–42. 10.1145/169059.169066 


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