Zitat: Virtual Reality and Virtual Places

“Yehuda E. Kaley, a professor of architecture at the University of California, defines a virtual environment based on social recognition as a ‘a virtual place’ (2004). He stressed the fact that objects, users, and contexts, the three elements of “location,” analyzed by environmental psychologist David Canter in 1977, exist the same in online multi-user virtual environments, and users share them and show a psychosocial response. Multiple users can experience the same environment explicitly represented through computer graphics, enabling them to collaborate and communicate with each other about their design.”


Posted by LJ, 18. Jan 2019
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