Tecnologias da realidade virtual: elementos para uma geografia da visão


  • Ken Hillis Universidade da Carolina do Norte




Ciberespaço, realidade virtual, novas tecnologias


Neste artigo, Ken Hillis analisa o fenômeno do ciberespaço, concebido como uma realidade artificial ou virtual a partir de três pressupostos.


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Biografia do Autor

Ken Hillis, Universidade da Carolina do Norte

Teacher de Estudos em Comunicação da Universidade da Carolina do Norte


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Hillis, K. (2008). Tecnologias da realidade virtual: elementos para uma geografia da visão. Revista FAMECOS, 9(17), 18–46. https://doi.org/10.15448/1980-3729.2002.17.3149



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