Experience on Demand Lib/E: What Virtual Reality Is, How It Works, and What It Can Do

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Blackstone Publishing
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English
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9781538496459
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About the Author

Jeremy Bailenson is the founding director of Stanford University's Virtual Human Interaction Lab. Professor Bailenson has been featured on Frontline, All Things Considered, and Today, and in Time, Discover, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and the Science, Health, World, and Style sections of the New York Times, as well as in the New York Times Magazine.

Ever since his first play at thirteen (his mother still has the bellhop costume), Jeffrey Kafer has been an avid performer on the stage and in voice-overs. He has narrated over one hundred books spanning all genres and won the 2008 Voicey Award for Best New Voice. He currently lives in Seattle with his family.
Reviews

Virtual reality is changing the way athletes train. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand and hone performance through VR.

-- "Joe Montana, Hall of Fame quarterback"

This firsthand perspective makes for an inviting personal account; readers will enjoy the explanations behind this newly popular technology.

-- "Library Journal"

Everyone with an interest in the digital realm, including technology entrepreneurs and gaming enthusiasts, will find [this] work thrillingly prophetic.

-- "Booklist"

A sensible, thoroughly satisfying overview of the next quantum leap in digital technology.

-- "Kirkus Reviews"

Few people alive know as much about VR as Jeremy Bailenson. For decades he's been researching how VR affects humans. Read this before you enter this new world.

-- "Kevin Kelly, founding editor of Wired and author of The Inevitable"

This book describes the edge of human self-knowledge and a precipice of human foibles to avoid.

-- "Jaron Lanier, author of You Are Not A Gadget"