Virtual reality is in the news and in the movies, on TV and in the air. Why is the technology-or the idea-so prevalent precisely now? What does it mean-what does it do-to us? Digital Sensations looks closely at the ways representational forms generated by communication technologies-especially digital and optical virtual technologies-affect the “lived” world. Ken Hillis’s penetrating perspective on the cultural power of place and space broadens our view of the interplay between social relations and technology.
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