Imagine being able to "walk" into your computer and interact with any program you create. It sounds like science fiction, but it's science fact. Surgeons now rehearse operations on computer-generated "virtual" patients, and architects "walk through" virtual buildings while the actual structures are still in blueprints. In Virtual Reality, Howard Rheingold takes us to the front lines of this revolutionary new technology that creates computer-generated worlds complete with the sensations of touch and motion, and explores its impact on everything from entertainment to particle physics.
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This book starts from historic perspective, and projects into the future. it is a good book for starters to artificial intelligent. New edition should be published to reflect modern trends since the last editions of the book
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I was stunned with cave Lascaux section, kokopeli and its interpretation as the earliest Virtual Reality.
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