VR

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VR often refers to virtual reality, a computer technology that simulates an environment with which a user may interact

VR may also refer to:

In arts and entertainment[edit]

Music[edit]

Gaming[edit]

Television[edit]

  • VR.5, an American science fiction television series in 1995
  • VR Troopers, an American action television show from 1994 to 1996

Businesses[edit]

Government and military[edit]

In science and technology[edit]

In computing and electronics[edit]

  • Virtual reality, a computer technology that simulates an environment with which a user may interact
    • VR photography, the creation and viewing of wide-angle panoramic photographs, generally encompassing a full circle
      • QuickTime VR, an image file format developed by Apple for panoramic images
  • Videocassette recorder, a device that records and plays back analog audio and video using magnetic tape
  • Voltage regulator, an electric circuit designed to maintain a constant voltage level
  • DVD-VR, an editable optical media format

In transportation[edit]

  • VR, an aircraft's rotation speed
  • VR6 engine, a family of internal combustion engines made by Volkswagen
  • Holden VR Commodore, an automobile introduced by Holden in 1993
  • Bristol VR, a double-decker bus built by the Bristol Commercial Vehicles

Other uses in science and technology[edit]

Other uses[edit]