from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. virtual reality
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- virtual reality
- Victoria Regina (on coins, letterboxes etc)
- variant reading (of a manuscript)
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During this year I hope to acquire a 500mm AF-S Vr and maybe upgrade the 300mm to a 300mm F/2.8 AF-s VR model in that order.
Today it's a F4 wide angle with VR, I'm convinced that somewhen "tomorrow", and earlier than some might think -, a * 24-70F2. 8 AF-S VR* will be released ...
On VR vs +VR, here are some excerpts from Wikipedia that might explain the differences:
I never really used - VR or +VR modes much, most of the editing I've done was on my machines with hard drives, then just burn the edited video to disc.
For another, I dislike its adolescent equation of ponderous gloom with hip edginess and its dogged persistence that space exploration is a waste of time but lolling in VR is not.
Not only can he intuit code within VR (think of Neo at the end of The Matrix) but he also has incredible fighting skills.
Does this mean that you are in favour of VR and of, say, a world where VR is the norm/has taken over our lives?
VR is really a fan-film caliber project with an original storyline.
In her article on Immersion and Interactivity in literature, Marie-Laure Ryan sets up a definition of virtual reality saying that VR is “an immersive, interactive experience generated by a computer ”.
The only new thing in VR for a while is the Wii, and that is not much different than the power glove, really.