Virtual and Augmented Reality are computer-generated simulations where a person can interact with an artificial environment using electronic devices.
Students of Virtual and Augmented Reality have the chance to be a part of one of the most exciting developments in 21st century technology. Virtual reality is becoming increasingly more common, with industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, data analytics, game design and many more are adopting Virtual Reality as part of their developments.
A degree in Virtual and Augmented Reality equips students with the necessary skills to work in any of these sectors, giving the course an appeal to students from a wide range of academic backgrounds. Students with an interest in computer programming and lots of creativity will find themselves well suited to a degree in Virtual and Augmented Reality.