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Virtual Reality, a R T , a N D E N Tertainment

@inproceedings{Bates1991VirtualRA,
  title={Virtual Reality, a R T , a N D E N Tertainment},
  author={J. Bates},
  year={1991}
}
Most existing research on virtual reality concerns issues close to the interface, primarily how to present an underlying simulated world in a convincing fashion. However, for virtual reality t o a c hieve its promise as a rich and popular artistic form, as have the novel, cinema, and television, we believe it will be necessary to explore well beyond the interface, to those issues of content and style that have made traditional media so powerful. We present a case for the importance of this… Expand

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