The next step in the evolution of VR will be to create “artificial intelligence,” a concept that combines AI with the ability to manipulate objects.
It’s a step that could make VR a far more immersive experience than it’s ever been, and one that will make it easier for people to interact with virtual worlds, and to explore them in ways that are emotionally, physically, and socially meaningful.
“The idea of AI has been around for a long time, and it’s a very real thing that’s being developed all over the world,” said Chris Hildebrand, chief technology officer at Oculus VR, in an interview with Wired.
“I think that the future is going to be about what’s going to happen to AI.”
The idea that AI is capable of being manipulated by the user is not new.
“It’s already being used in the real world, it’s been used in movies, in games,” Hildemark said.
“The challenge is how do we use it in a way that’s not going to just be a tool for the developers, but also a way for the human beings in the world.”
“Artificial intelligence is a term that’s used by researchers to describe the ability of machines to learn and learn to perform certain tasks, and that’s what makes AI so interesting, because we’re able to learn to make things, we’re capable of creating things, and we’re really good at doing that,” he said.
Hildebrand described the current AI-powered virtual worlds that developers have built as “a little bit like a high schooler learning how to paint.”
The goal is to create a world that’s fun and engaging for people.
Hildeband told Wired that this new AI will be more than just a tool, it will be a “lighthouse for the world” that will allow people to “feel something.”
“A lot of what’s happening right now is a kind of artificial learning,” he added.
“We have these things that are like Lego bricks, where we’re learning how these things should work.
And then when we get to the end of the project, we see these things are just a toy.
We’re not really learning anything about how to make these things.”
That being said, this is still an early stage of AI, and Hildebrands goal is that by the end, VR will look more like a movie than a video game.
That means we’re not yet at the point where we can actually look at a video of a robot walking across a room and say, “That’s a good VR experience.”
Hildebrings vision of an “artistic vision” for VR is one that relies on a lot of imagination and experimentation.
That’s because, for Hildebeards vision, VR’s “vision” is something that can’t be controlled by a person.
In a way, he said, “You don’t want it to be like you see in your movie.”
That means there will be “a lot of things that we can’t see, but we can feel.”
Hildbert told Wired it’s up to the artists, designers, and developers to help define the vision for VR.
“Artists and designers can help with the vision of how this could work,” he explained.
“And of course, we can help people create experiences that are more visually appealing.”
Hiromu Arakawa, the creator of the Metroid series, is one of the most famous and influential people working in the field of virtual reality.
His first VR work was called The Metroid Prime Trilogy, and he’s been creating VR content for a very long time.
“There’s a lot that I would say that has been done in the VR field, but for some reason it’s all in terms of what can be done in terms or technology that we haven’t seen yet,” Hildbrand said.
Arakawa’s first VR project was the Metroid Prime VR, which was a first-person exploration game.
“He came up with a lot more VR experiences in the past, like a few of his films,” Hillebrands said.
He believes that, as a result of these experiences, “We’re going to see a lot less people dying.”
While Hildebreit is excited about the possibilities, he isn’t optimistic about how things will evolve in VR.
The problem, he told Wired, is that people are going to need to “have a lot, a lot” of patience and “a whole lot of patience” in order to get into VR.
It will be interesting to see how VR evolves over time, but Hildebyse said that the biggest thing that has changed in VR is the way people interact with the environment.
“A lot more people are using virtual reality for more immersive experiences,” he told us.
“But also there’s a whole lot more AI, which means it will become more like an art form