Virtual Reality and Phenomenology of Virtual Narratives
The text examines the concept of virtual reality. The starting point is the text of Richard Norton's „What is Virtuality“ (1972), which is considered one of the earliest and clearest attempts to define the concepts of "reality" and "virtuality". Other studies have been drawn to trace the evolution of the understanding of virtual reality that has been viewed through the prism of art narratives and the phenomenological approach to information technology.
Keywords: virtuality, virtual narratives; phenomenological approach
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