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Virtual Reality By Darren G. Burton
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In this short story aimed at younger readers, brother and sister Josh and Sonya are playing their favorite computer game. When lightning strikes the house they find themselves plunged into the game's... More > virtual realm, only now it's all for real. In order to escape and return to the normal lives, they must first defeat the Dungeon Master.< Less
Virtual Reality By S.K. Allen
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A world not too far in the future devastated by a Biogenetic war. Earths population goes from capacity, to only 33% of what it used to be. World governments scramble and make prohibitions aimed at... More > saving humans from extinction. Spurring certain industries to be lucrative and highly illegal. This is the story of four people. Seanna, Cita, Jaz and Aldo. Surviving in a post apocalyptic era. They are all connected to each other Through Triumphs and tragedies as they live.< Less
Virtual Reality By West Bromwich Learning Community
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A collection of writing produced by a group of Gifted and Talented children drawn from three schools in West Bromwich.
Virtual Reality By West Bromwich Learning Community
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A collection of writing produced by a group of Gifted and Talented children drawn from three schools in West Bromwich.
Virtual Reality Journalism By Raney Aronson-Rath et al.
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After decades of research and development, virtual reality appears to be on the cusp of mainstream adoption. For journalists, the combination of immersive video capture and dissemination via mobile... More > VR players is particularly exciting. It promises to bring audiences closer to a story than any previous platform. This project seeks to investigate what’s involved in making virtual reality journalism, to better understand the nonfiction storytelling potential of VR, to produce a good work of journalism that affords the audience with a new understanding of elements of the story, and to provide critical reflection on the potential of virtual reality for the practice of journalism.< Less
The Age of Virtual Reality By Thomas Hohstadt
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Something big is happening. Virtual Reality is not only becoming the driving wheel of the new world economy, it is building a new cultural order. The “Age of Virtual Reality” is in its... More > infancy, yet we already live in a virtual world. Through video games, iPods, iPhones, online social networking, and movies, we are migrating toward "virtual space." We must understand this moment in history. Through provoked discoveries, engaging artistic journeys, and creative dialogues with the “language” of virtual reality, this book explores both the pre-digital history of VR and its sobering—yet inspiring—future. Readers will learn to test, discern, and ground the "evidence" of their experience. In “The Age of Virtual Reality,” they will discover where we’re going by confronting where VR is going. More important, they will engage the skills necessary to participate constructively and creatively in an increasingly "virtual" world—a world that demands their participation. They will be stunned beyond disbelief.< Less
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Critical Evaluation of Virtual Reality Platforms By Hartinder Singh Johal, Diana Morrison
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Over the last few years the field of virtual reality developed from a subject known to a few select researchers to a household discussion topic. Research into the subject over that period has... More > increased the available software from a few systems running on expensive machines to systems that can give reasonable results on an inexpensive PC. This paper introduces the design of one such system, developed specifically for creating virtual reality applications on a parallel architecture. This system, referred to as the VROS (Virtual Reality Operating System), is then compared with other systems, which were being developed at the same time. Practical experience with the other systems is limited since many require specialized hardware, both for computation and for interaction. For this reason, the discussion will concentrate mainly on design rather than performance issues.< Less
Critical Evaluation of Virtual Reality Platforms By Hartinder Singh Johal, Diana Morrison
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Over the last few years the field of virtual reality developed from a subject known to a few select researchers to a household discussion topic. Research into the subject over that period has... More > increased the available software from a few systems running on expensive machines to systems that can give reasonable results on an inexpensive PC. This paper introduces the design of one such system, developed specifically for creating virtual reality applications on a parallel architecture. This system, referred to as the VROS (Virtual Reality Operating System), is then compared with other systems, which were being developed at the same time. Practical experience with the other systems is limited since many require specialized hardware, both for computation and for interaction. For this reason, the discussion will concentrate mainly on design rather than performance issues.< Less
The Virtual Kiss By Andrew Powell, Binah Bauer
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The world is full of different people with subtle similarities buried in their subconscious. In a world of passwords and concealed identities it is not surprising when the dreams of two souls... More > coincide in a fantasy romance that meets its trammels in reality. Lisa sends a virtual kiss to the enigmatic Jonathon and the reply opens her Pandora’s Box- Do you really know what you are doing? Do you want someone who will hold up a virtual mirror to your soul? Told by them both it balances feminine with masculine. From the mails to an impromptu trip to the Tarot Garden and back to reality. Jonathon can live in the clouds. Lisa often has her feet on the ground. Lisa knew that a Magician had realities too, but she did not want to know about them. She gave him a place on a mist covered mountain. She felt he should stay there. She could visit him when she wanted. Have they enough feathers to balance the heavy rock and find their mystical dwelling in another world or will the “self” bring it down?< Less