How The Chinese Are Using VR In Everyday Life

How The Chinese Are Using VR In Everyday Life
June 29, 2018
A visitor tries a flying experience at an auto exhibition in Shanghai on April 20, 2017.[Photo/IC]


In recent years, virtual reality technology has been applied well beyond online gaming, including areas like education, e-commerce and rehabilitation. Let's look at some examples.

A tourist wearing a VR device tries to view rare animals and interact with them at Guangzhou Zoo on Dec 25, 2017.[Photo/IC]
Pupils use VR devices to learn about science and technology in Central China's Hunan province on March 14, 2018.[Photo/VCG]
A firefighter trains with a VR device in North China's Hebei province on June 26, 2018.[Photo/VCG]
VR technology helps drug users become rehabilitated in Beijing on June 26, 2018.[Photo/IC]
People see potential damage caused by improper driving through VR in Chongqing on Nov 22, 2017.[Photo/VCG]
Children watch a science course at a library in Guangzhou on June 1, 2018.[Photo/VCG]
Construction workers participate in safety education through VR in East China's Shandong province on Sept 6, 2017.[Photo/VCG]
A visitor experiences archeological sites via VR on Nov 9, 2016.[Photo/VCG]
A visitor tries out a VR device to experience virtual online shopping at the Taobao Creation Festival in Shanghai on July 21, 2016. [Photo/VCG]

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