The first book for the general reader on the revolutionary technology of computer-generated artificial worlds--virtual reality. Rheingold weaves the philosophical, psychological, social, and economic implications of this fast-breaking research into a narrative that reaches back to cave paintings and forward to the 21st century where it will affect our daily lives.
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Review: Virtual Reality: The Revolutionary Technology of Computer-Generated Artificial Worlds-And How It Promises to Transform SocietyUser Review - Bambang Irawan - Goodreads
I was stunned with cave Lascaux section, kokopeli and its interpretation as the earliest Virtual Reality. Read full review
Review: Virtual Reality: The Revolutionary Technology of Computer-Generated Artificial Worlds-And How It Promises to Transform SocietyUser Review - Geoff Cain - Goodreads
This is a good foundation for some of the early work in this field. It is a bit of a time-trip right now. It is worth re-reading because of things going on in virtual worlds right now. Rheingold is a little too damn happy about technology but it is an informative and entertaining book. Read full review
Grasping Reality Through Illusion
The Experience Theater and the
Machines to Think With
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virtual reality n. ( Abbr. VR ) A computer simulation of a real or imaginary system that enables a user to perform operations on the simulated system.
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Virtual Reality. By Howard Rheingold. Touchstone Books, 1992; 415 pages. Reviewed by: ... technology in Part Four, "Virtual Reality and the Future. ...