Immersive Journalism: Immersive Virtual Reality for the First-Person Experience of News

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This paper introduces the concept and discusses the implications of immersive journalism, which is the production of news in a form in which people can gain firstperson experiences of the events or situation described in news stories. The fundamental idea of immersive journalism is to allow the participant, typically represented as a digital avatar, to… (More)
DOI: 10.1162/PRES_a_00005

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@article{Pea2010ImmersiveJI, title={Immersive Journalism: Immersive Virtual Reality for the First-Person Experience of News}, author={Nonny de la Pe{\~n}a and Peggy Weil and Joan Llobera and Elias Giannopoulos and Ausi{\`a}s Pom{\'e}s and Bernhard Spanlang and Doron Friedman and Maria V. Sanchez-Vives and Mel Slater}, journal={Presence}, year={2010}, volume={19}, pages={291-301} }