Immersed in media : telepresence theory, measurement & technology / Matthew Lombard, Frank Biocca, Jonathan Freeman, Wijnand IJsselsteijn, Rachel J. Schaevitz, editors.

Highlights key research currently being undertaken within the field of telepresence, providing the most detailed account of the field to date, advancing our understanding of a fundamental property of all media - the illusion of presence; the sense of ℓ́ℓbeing thereℓ́ℓ inside a virtual environment, w...

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Other Authors: Biocca, Frank (Editor), Freeman, Jonathan, 1971- (Editor), IJsselsteijn, W. A. (Wijnand A.) (Editor), Lombard, Matthew (Editor), Schaevitz, Rachel J. (Editor)
Format: Ebook
Language:English
Published: Cham : Springer, 2015.
Series:Online access with purchase: Springer (t).
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Online Access:Springer eBooks
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Summary:Highlights key research currently being undertaken within the field of telepresence, providing the most detailed account of the field to date, advancing our understanding of a fundamental property of all media - the illusion of presence; the sense of ℓ́ℓbeing thereℓ́ℓ inside a virtual environment, with actual or virtual others. This collection has been put together by leading international scholars from America, Europe, and Asia. Together, they describe the state-of-the-art in presence theory, research and technology design for an advanced academic audience. Immersed in Media provides research that can help designers optimize presence for users of advanced media technologies such as virtual and augmented reality, collaborative social media, robotics, and artificial intelligence and lead us to better understand human cognition, emotion and behaviour.
Physical Description:1 online resource (xiv, 332 pages) : illustrations (some colour).
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references.
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