Virtual Reality (VR) is the use of computer technologies to create a simulated environment. It involves the creation of a three-dimensional image and an artificial setting which gives an illusion of reality. VR makes it possible to experience literally anything, anytime and anywhere. This technology tells our brain that it is somewhere it really isn’t. It gives us a sense of being present in a completely different world. This simulation requires our sense organs and the more natural it is, the more the chances of immersion. Today, this technology is widely seen in various applications like gaming, marketing, healthcare, entertainment, etc.