Virtual reality is about delivering a complete immersive ( generating a 3-dimensional image that appears to surround the user ) experience. The whole physical world can be transformed into the things that we imagine in virtual reality. Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Google Cardboard are some of the notable devices in virtual reality that help to transport humans to a new imaginary world.
Augmented reality focuses on bringing a live view from the digital elements using a camera on a smartphone or a PC.AR is one of the biggest trends in technology at this moment and making electronic gadgets more manageable around the globe. In Augmented Reality, digital information is overlaid onto the actual physical world.
Mixed Reality is also referred to as Hybrid Reality, using MR one can able to manipulate the digital images that are overlapped onto the real world. It produces new environments and visualizations, where physical and digital objects co-exist and interact in real-time. Somewhere between AR & VR, Mixed Reality takes place not only in the physical or the virtual world but is a mix of actual reality and virtual reality.
Haptic technology is all about the sense of touch. Using Haptic technology it is possible to simulate virtual objects that can be touched. The sense of touch allows one to experience different sensations and is the fundamental component of Haptic communication. For instance, vibration in a cell phone, rumble in the game controller.