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Immersive Reality is a technique that refers to two different methods (augmented reality and virtual reality). However, both of these techniques allow both to project any learner into a separate universe. It should be noted that the latter can be described as “modified reality” for Augmented Reality or AR or “fictitious” for Virtual Reality or VR. The learner can of course interact in this universe. To do this, he must use connected joysticks or gloves. He can also use controls located on a digital screen. In short, immersive reality is an essential element in the field of digital learning.

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