Experts say virtual reality technology will become an integral part of the world in 2020. Hidden computing is the antithesis of virtual reality, which tries to reconfigure worlds that do not exist, rather than emphasizing the world that already exists.
Virtual reality tries to build a world within computer memory by using glasses and gaming sticks, to simulate the transition within time and space, but hidden computing and virtual reality - in fact - complement each other, while the hidden computer expands the infinitely existing world by putting intelligence into the non-living objects that surround us, virtual reality, on the contrary, puts us inside the computer.
"How science will change our lives in the 21st century": Although virtual reality is still primitive today, its technical flaws will disappear over time, clothing kits and electric field sensors that will feel the location of each part of our body in three dimensions will be replaced by rudimentary play sticks, glasses will be replaced by lightweight LCD liquid crystal screens, and receivers directly attached to the Internet will replace thick wires.
Virtual reality is a powerful practical tool, helps with training, is a source of entertainment, and creates a new kind of science called cyber science that gives us the ability to simulate complex physical systems such as black holes, explosive stars, climate and supersonic jet surfaces.
Over the past centuries, science has advanced in two ways: experimentally and theoretically, some scientists have experimented on the outside world, while others have tried to develop mathematics and theory that explains the data collected, but a third new type of science is gradually emerging, a science based on computer simulation of virtual reality, opening up other areas of science.
Yes, the natural environment has since Newton (with differential equations) described the easy differences that occur in the shape or characteristic of the body as time evolves.
Surprisingly, differential relationships have been able to provide realistic descriptions of physical phenomena from storms to rockets and subatomic particles and perfectly suit computers, and model differential equations because they can calculate body changes every microsecond or nanosecond, giving us a series of small shots, which predict the future.
Computer simulations have become so accurate that entire fields are critically dependent on them, and these will in turn affect the development of technologies valued at millions of dollars.
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In many areas, computers are the right way to solve such differential equations, including: detecting the composition of protein and UFOs in space, aerodynamics and global warming.
Beyond that, by 2020, the Internet is likely to create a full universe in cyberspace, including trade, money, electronic libraries and virtual universities, operating on-line and cyber medicine. But the world after 2020 will be even more exciting, when computers become so powerful and diffuse that the earth's surface becomes a living membrane with planetary intelligence, forming the legendary magic mirror, which has been repeatedly mentioned in fairy tales.
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