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Built In Virtual Reality

Virtual reality has been mostly good for games and entertainment, but Ford is now using it to design cars.

The future of virtual reality (VR) is not certain as the technology is yet to be used for mainstream applications. Although one can browse Facebook and YouTube in VR, this required many experiments with the technology, headset and other accessories. But this time, American auto giant Ford has decided to try and design cars in augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality settings.

The company is using a suite of tools called Gravity Sketch

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