Virtual Reality

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Summit Books, 1991 - Science - 415 pages
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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User Review  - PacoMD - LibraryThing

I remember I didn't like this very much, because it all seemed too journalistic and kind of Wired-ese; emotion before a new technology, but not much science or reason behind it. Read full review

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From the author of Excursions to the Far Side of the Mind (1988), an exciting and comprehensive update on the latest in interactive computer technology. William Gibson's novel Neuromancer perhaps best ... Read full review

Contents

GRASPING REALITY THROUGH ILLUSION
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THE EXPERIENCE THEATER AND THE
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BLASTOFF AT NASA
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