Virtual Reality File-Storing Corridor From Disclosure
Virtual reality is evident in our day-to-day lives, and it is growing exponentially to make our lives better and tech-oriented. If you have watched the movie “Disclosure,” you would have noticed a part of virtual reality used in it. The tech company Digicom used virtual reality to store the data in a virtual system controlled with the help of a panel. Science fiction movies like “Disclosure,” can introduce us to new technologies in very tangible ways through image and story. Disclosure gave us a preview of how important virtual reality and user interfaces would become, but they did not understand virtual reality.
The reality system used to store the data was called Corridors, and Tom Sanders was attempting to break into the Corridors to steal the data. The ridiculous thing about this technology was the use of virtual reality to store data. Virtual reality is used to take the viewer into a different reality and giving an immersive experience rather than creating a storage space to hold data. The rand that Corridor used makes the user feel like they are transported to someplace else with 2D documents projected in front of them. Nothing about virtual reality will make file storage more advanced, but “Disclosure” did help us imagine the virtual reality experience.