How virtual reality will transform online gaming #VR

It was not so long ago when the possibilities of what virtual reality could do were only seen in science fiction movies. However, technological advancements now mean that it is now part and parcel of our daily lives in one way or another. Virtual reality continues changing the way we experience life, and yet it still holds a lot of potential for future growth. It is being used in several industries ranging from communication, transportation, medical, research, and education, among many others. Virtual reality is also finding its way into the online casino industry, where it promises to be a game-changer. Leovegas, are now using technology to provide an immersive and interactive gaming experience for players, which can almost be compared to playing in a brick and mortar casino establishment. Here are some of the ways virtual reality is transforming casino games.

How virtual reality works in casinos

 

Virtual reality in casinos is simply a 3D computer-generated environment that allows players to interact with their surroundings in a lifelike manner. One way casinos are taking advantage of virtual reality is through adopting Optical Character Recognition technology. This allows legit and popular casinos such as Leovegas to offer live casino games with live dealers. It is now possible to play real-time with dealers in games such as blackjack, roulette, and poker among others, by using a VR headset such as Oculus Rift, which brings the feel and experience of being in a traditional casino establishment.

 

Features available with virtual reality casinos

 

VR headsets allow users to walk through and explore the detailed and immersive gaming rooms. Users are also able to display their body and hand gestures as they enjoy realistic online slots. Players can also be able to pick their seats and enjoy authentic live gaming experience in a casino such as Leovegas, with the only thing missing being the tuxedo or cocktail dress present in brick and mortar establishments. While most gamblers will play at home on their own, virtual reality means they can chat with each other and the dealers, thus enhancing the casino experience. With virtual reality, the experience is further enhanced through the use of sounds as would be in a real casino to make it more lifelike.

 

Why VR is the future of casino gaming

 

Popular casinos understand the value of entertainment when it comes to betting and gambling. This is why you will find many popular casinos such as Leovegas offering attractive bonuses and promotions. Nonetheless, the future will see casinos competing with each on the experience they offer to their customers, with virtual reality expected to be a big driver. Virtual reality will also be an increase in the use of cryptocurrencies as a payment method. It will also see more integration of Artificial Intelligence, which will boost the security of players by monitoring their behaviour and ensuring they are safe. By monitoring their spending behaviour, AI can detect unusual activity and alert the casino and player to ensure they do not fall into the hands of hackers. Since different clients have different needs, integrating VR and AI will help casinos better at providing a higher level of customization for their customers. Casinos will also be able to provide more immersive games, and the growth potential also holds the promise for a better mobile casino gaming experience. As virtual reality continues to improve, so is the software and hardware, which makes it’s future even more attractive.

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

CEO and expert in transport and Mobile tech. A fan 20 years, mobile consultant, Nokia Mobile expert, Former Nokia/Microsoft VIP,Multiple forum tech supporter with worldwide top ranking,Working in the background on mobile technology, Weekly radio show, Featured on the RTE consumer show, Cavan TV and on TRT WORLD. Award winning Technology reviewer and blogger. Security and logisitcs Professional.

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