virtual reality is such a facinating field that many people have clean forgottten its scientific base.Take some science fiction imagery. When the first US team landed on the moon, their report on the lunar surface matched word for word and phrase for phrase what was described in a book by Jules verne. Arthu C.Clarke is still around and most of his concepts have taken shape in his lifetime. One example would suffice because that has helped our connectivity.The geostationary orbit satellites.Of course we do have the well worn examples of man’s aspiration to fly like a bird which has led to the invention of airplanes, rockets, interplnetary travel etc. So what is passed off as virtual is slated to become real.The interval between visualisation and realisation is a field which lends itself to conjecture. Here comes the theological explanation. God, they say, is in details.So the blessed ones get that insight, but not before they have thought deeply about the subject, strived hard to fill the missing links and in a mood of desperation suspended themselves in a limbo of intellectual uncertainty.That is when they get a glimpse of the solution.So who is the patent holder here? or the rightful owner of intellectual rights?If the argument is carried to its extreme, the loss would be mine too. So wisdom decrees that we check ourselves at this point.
So conceptualization, ideaization, visualization, and realisation—this is the path of great discoveries and inventions which have made our lives so comfy.Our salutations to the pioneers of virtual worlds and virtual reality. They are the pathmakers, though a few of them live and die unsung, unrecognised and unhonoured.