The concept of virtual reality has always been a topic of amazement and adventure for the creators as well as the viewers. In recent times there has been an incredible rise in the field of virtual reality. The biggest firms have decided to join hands and help to improve this field and also expand the field so that the users obtain more and are able to unlock new ideas. The VR games have been a revolutionary idea but require major kicks to get it geared up and spread across the international market.
Till date, the bigger companies had stayed away from the world of VR but now they have joined alliances to increase the quality and features of the great idea. Virtual reality had a slow development because the firms which undertook the development of the software were start-ups and low budget facilities. Now, the big sharks have taken an interest in the creative software and have joined forces to create something great. Google, HTC, Oculus, Samsung and Sony have joined forces to create the Global VR Association that is responsible for the development of the software and the remaining factors that can make virtual reality a great field of success.
The biggest technology and software companies in the world are planning to create the Global Virtual Reality Association or the GVRA which will ensure the higher investment that is essential for expanding the franchise and improving the idea. According to GVRA.com, the goal of the Global Virtual Reality Association is to promote the responsible development and adoption of VR on a global scale. The members of the association will help to develop and share the best practices, conduct research, and bring the international VR community together as the brilliant technology progresses. The group is also said to serve as a resource for consumers, industries and policymakers in virtual reality.
With the entry of the big leagues, the scope of virtual reality will increase in terms of opportunities, new technology, gadgets, inventions and employments. It is seen as a scope to enhance the overall technology and software field in a big way, something that the start-ups weren't able to do with the software by themselves. Based on the statement from Pressform.com, this will solve the thirst for aunification of standards in software and hardware.