Yes I have, and engineers are accomplishing this task as we speak. For example, in the near future there will be blueprints and models we will be able to see more clearly in virtual reality since we would be able to explore the inside that we cannot in the present.
Did you know that Virtual Reality is required to be enhanced in order to stray further into the future?
Virtual Reality is also pushing to help advance medical Fields, as an example is that it is used as a surgical training tool.
It had occurred that I've been informed that doctors have used the technology to treat patients as well.
Phobia is an anxiety disorder that usually consists of excessive fear of an object or situation that seems to be present for over six months.
Virtual Reality has also advanced to treat patients suffering with phobia.
Doctors had treated the patients suffering with phobia by having them experience themselves by a virtual cliff in order to have them conquer their fear of heights, have the patient in a virtual presentation to overcome their fear of public speaking, and such more.
Another treatment is with social anxiety. In order to proceed with the procedure, they mount a virtual reality headset onto the patient's head along with headphones connecting to the headset. They are transported into a virtual world where they communicate with a virtual NPC. As an effect, the patient cures their social anxiety.
Achieving the task of enhancing this marvelous tool will be difficult, yet worth the time spent. One of the problems challenging engineers is to make the technology look like reality. In order to make the viewing realistic, this fps will have a minimum of 60 fps to be required to run.