Virtual reality, although not a fully released product as of this writing, is predicted to far exceed its expectations. The gaming visual headset is also said to be used for more than just to play games, according to reports, and will also be used as an educational device.
John Pryor, rugby athlete and strength training coach, has had his eyes on the virtual reality technology and has been closely following the development of the product for quite some time. His hopes concerning the device is that it will be used to further train himself and his team in rugby.
“Sometimes it can be a hassle getting the whole team together. Maybe some can’t leave the house to meet up for practice, car trouble or any other reason forcing the rest of the team to have practice without them. I’m hoping VR will make it easier to bring everyone together.”