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    What is Virtual Reality

    Virtual reality is an experience. The participant is presented with a computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional image or environment which is so realistic that your brain cannot differentiate it from reality. The term has been used to describe many types of virtual experience, from held devices, headsets, goggles and even full body suits that are made to register where you are and position you into a virtual space using those co-ordinates. The basic Virtual Reality experience is not defined by gadgets but by perception. The impression that the person having the experience is engaging with a simulated environment 'as if' it were real. Interactions are therefore seemingly real or physical in the way the person is experiencing them. Whether it be through using special electronic equipment, such as a helmet with a screen inside or gloves fitted with sensors, or simply through a computer and a screen, with video and audio impressions.
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    What is a Virtual Reality Viewer

    The virtual reality viewer is a application, which allows you to communicate with clients and co-workers in a 3D immersive virtual world.
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    What is the minimum specification computer I need to run the viewer

    The recommended minimum specifications are: A stable internet connection I.e Broadband or cable etc. Dual-core CPU with SSE2 support, Nvidia or ATI/AMD graphics chip, 2GB RAM, Windows XP or newer operating system.
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    What do I need to Hear and Speak

    To hear other users you need either headphones, speakers or a headset with headphones built in. To speak to other users you need either a headset with a built in microphone or a standalone microphone connected to the computer using USB or the 3.5 mm microphone plug socket.
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    What is a Virtual Office

    A virtual office is an office environment built into a virtual world environment. It allows you to conference with clients and colleges, share ideas and network as well as many other functions of a normal office without the overhead of an expensive city centre office or the required time of travelling to and from meetings with clients.