The possibilities for applying Virtual Reality are endless. Virtual Play has been actively engaged in discovering and expanding VR applications since the revival of this technology.
Virtual environments allow users to do things that are too dangerous in real life, or too difficult, too expensive, or even totally impossible.
This fact, combined with the inherent entertainment value, makes VR a valuable asset for company or product training, or for example medical simulations.
Virtual Reality is also very interesting for pre-visualization: for example, before a building, exhibition stand or museum installation is realized, you can take a complete VR tour, or you can break down a not yet existing product into component parts to establish an overview of all aspects in detail.