Described as “computer-based environments which imitate the reality”, virtual reality is expected to occupy a larger space in our lives. The VR technology is going to renew all our experiences from computer games to movies, education to travel. Soon we will be seeing people walking around the streets or sitting at cafés with their VR glasses. Studies are continued to improve virtual reality glasses in order to feel the heat, the wind and the smell in the environment. The major step in the direction was taken by the Ambiotherm. Developed by the scientist Nimesha Ranasinghe from the Singapore University, the glasses enable users to experience the weather conditions in the environment. Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg takes a close interest in the subject. In the beginning of the year, Zuckerberg paid a visit to the virtual reality solutions company Oculus to try on the Rift headset and gloves developed for the VR and AR experience. For a genuine VR experience, the glasses need to be supported by earphones and gloves. HTC’s virtual reality glasses handle the matter with such a controller.