Virtual Reality is the next platform

It's been a while now since we started trying to develop Virtual Reality systems but so far we have not witnessed the explosion of use that inspired the development of such systems. Although there are always going to be some diehard fans of Virtual Reality who will stick to improving the medium and trying out stuff with the hopes of building a killer app, for the rest of us Virtual Reality still seems like a medium that promises to arrive soon but never really hits the spot.

Stephen Wolfram explains clearly how a Computational language differs from a Programming language

A 3D plot showing the positions of  Mars for the next 18 months from now: May 9th 2019

A computational language tries to intrinsically be able to talk about whatever one might think about in a computational way—while a programming language is set up to intrinsically talk only about things one can directly program a computer to do. So for example, a computational language can intrinsically talk about things in the real world—like the planet Mars or New York City or a chocolate chip cookie. A programming language can intrinsically talk only about abstract data structures in a computer.
A computational language like the Wolfram language maintains high-level expressiveness and readability of pseudocode, while still having everything be precise, complete and immediately executable on a computer. Read about computational languages in great detail by the creator of one at


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