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Digital Sensations Space, Identity, and Embodiment in Virtual Reality

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Because virtual technologies are new, these histories also address unintended and underconsidered consequences flowing from their rapid dissemination, such as commodifications and the alienation of new forms of surveillance. Because virtual technologies are new, these histories also address unintended and underconsidered consequences flowing from their rapid dissemination, such as commodification and the alienation of new forms of surveillance. Precursive Cultural and Material Technologies Informing Contemporary Virtual Reality; 3. Through critical histories of the technology -- of vision, light, space, and embodiment -- Ken Hillis traces the various and often contradictory intellectual and metaphysical impulses behind the Western transcendental wish to achieve an ever more perfect copy of the real. Considers the cultural and philosophical assumptions underlying virtual reality, and how the technology affects the real world. What does it mean-what does it do-to us? Why is the technology -- or the idea -- so prevalent precisely now? He advocates that current and proposed virtual technologies reflect a Western desire to escape the body. Considers the cultural and philosophical assumptions underlying virtual reality, and how the technology affects the real world.

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Digital Sensations by Ken Hillis (ebook)

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Because virtual technologies are new, these histories also address unintended and underconsidered consequences flowing from their rapid dissemination, such as commodifications and the alienation of new forms of surveillance. Through critical histories of the technologies of vision, light, space, and embodiment, Ken Hillis traces the often contradictory intellectual and metaphysical impulses behind the Western transcendental wish to achieve an ever more perfect copy of the real. Space, Language, and Metaphor 6. Why is the technology -- or the idea -- so prevalent precisely now? A Critical History of Virtual Reality; 2. Why is the technology-or the idea-so prevalent precisely now? Because virtual technologies are new, these histories also address the often unintended and underconsidered consequences -- such as alienating new forms of surveillance and commodification -- flowing from their rapid dissemination. Why is the technology -- or the idea -- so prevalent precisely now? Why is the technology-or the idea—so prevalent precisely now? Because virtual technologies are new, these histories also address the often unintended and underconsidered consequences -- such as alienating new forms of surveillance and commodification -- flowing from their rapid dissemination. Ken Hillis Professor Emeritus Media and Technology Email: Masters of Environmental Studies, York University; Ph.

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Digital Sensations by Ken Hillis · OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries

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He advocates that current and proposed virtual technologies reflect a Western desire to escape the body. The Sensation of Ritual Space 4. My current book project is a co-edited anthology, Networked Affect, M. Contents: Acknowledgments; List of Abbreviations; Introduction: Digital Relations; 1. What does it mean -- what does it do -- to us? What does it mean -- what does it do -- to us? He advocates that current and proposed virtual technologies reflect a Western desire to escape the body. Through critical histories of the technologies of vision, light, space, and embodiment, Ken Hillis traces the often contradictory intellectual and metaphysical impulses behind the Western transcendental wish to achieve an ever more perfect copy of the real. Digital Sensations looks closely at how the lived world is affected by representational forms generated by communication technologies, especially digital and optical virtual technologies.

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Ken Hillis

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Contents Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations Introduction: Digital Relations 1. Why is the technology—or the idea—so prevalent precisely now? Because virtual technologies are new, these histories also address unintended and underconsidered consequences flowing from their rapid dissemination, such as commodification and the alienation of new forms of surveillance. A Critical History of Virtual Reality 2. Through critical histories of the technologies of vision, light, space, and embodiment, Ken Hillis traces the often contradictory intellectual and metaphysical impulses behind the Western transcendental wish to achieve an ever more perfect copy of the real. Why is the technology-or the idea—so prevalent precisely now? Current and proposed virtual technologies reflect a Western desire to escape the body Hillis says. What does it mean—what does it do—to us? The Sensation of Ritual Space; 4. Current and proposed virtual technologies reflect a Western desire to escape the body Hillis says.

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Digital Sensations by Ken Hillis · OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries

digital sensations hillis ken

In doing so, he provides the critical apparatus by which to confront and challenge the seductive rhetoric of incorporeal interaction that has become commonplace in cyberculture. Precursive Cultural and Material Technologies Informing Contemporary Virtual Reality 3. Through critical histories of the technologies of vision, light, space, and embodiment, Ken Hillis traces the often contradictory intellectual and metaphysical impulses behind the Western transcendental wish to achieve an ever more perfect copy of the real. Through critical histories of the technologies of vision, light, space, and embodiment, Ken Hillis traces the often contradictory intellectual and metaphysical impulses behind the Western transcendental wish to achieve an ever more perfect copy of the real. I am also the principal editor of Everyday eBay: Culture, Collecting and Desire Routledge 2006 and in 2009 published Online a Lot of the Time: Ritual, Fetish, Sign Duke. Because virtual technologies are new, these histories also address unintended and underconsidered consequences flowing from their rapid dissemination, such as commodifications and the alienation of new forms of surveillance.

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Digital Sensations Space, Identity, and Embodiment in Virtual Reality

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He advocates that current and proposed virtual technologies reflect a Western desire to escape the body. Ken Hillis has written a wise interrogation of the impact of virtual environments and the marriage of new digital and visual technologies. In 2012 I published Google and the Culture of Search Routledge. Digital Sensations looks closely at how the lived world is affected by representational forms generated by communication technologies, especially digital and optical virtual technologies. He advocates that current and proposed virtual technologies reflect a Western desire to escape the body.

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Digital Sensations — University of Minnesota Press

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What does it mean—what does it do—to us? What does it mean -- what does it do -- to us? What does it mean—what does it do—to us? The E-mail message field is required. . Space, Language, and Metaphor; 6. That is, his critique takes aim at, works within, and overturns the terms of traditional metaphysical oppositions. Through critical histories of the technology -- of vision, light, space, and embodiment -- Ken Hillis traces the various and often contradictory intellectual and metaphysical impulses behind the Western transcendental wish to achieve an ever more perfect copy of the real.

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Ken Hillis

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My first book, Digital Sensations: Space, Identity and Embodiment in Virtual Reality 1999 was published by University of Minnesota Press and in 2004 was translated into Portuguese Sensações Digitais: Espaço, Identidade e Corporificações. Current Research: I am Professor of Media and Technology Studies in the Department of Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. . . . .

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