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How your brain sees virtual you - life - 06 November 2009 As players who stay up all night fighting imaginary warriors demonstrate, slipping into the skin of an avatar, and inhabiting a virtual world can be riveting stuff. But to what extent does your brain regard your virtual self as you? Brain scans of avid players of the hugely popular online fantasy world World of Warcraft reveal that areas of the brain involved in self-reflection and judgement seem to behave similarly when someone is thinking about their virtual self as when they think about their real one. Disentangling how the brain regards avatars versus real individuals may help explain why some people spend large chunks of their life playing immersive online games, says Kristina Caudle, a social neuroscientist at Dartmouth University in Hanover, New Hampshire, who led the study along with her adviser William Kelley. "It's hard to imagine from an outsider's perspective what might drive someone to spend 30 hours a week immersed in a completely imaginary world," she says.
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This is fascinating stuff to think about over the weekend -- New Scientist has an article (sent to us by quite a few readers -- thanks!) Scientists study how the brain thinks about virtual avatars
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Switch|Journal Slick implies a certain type of legitimacy and virtual reality
Réalité virtuelle : l'immersion passe aussi par la mimétisation Manipuler des objets avec des mains virtuelles qui ressemblent aux siennes plutôt qu'avec des curseurs rend les participants plus réactifs et plus impliqués à l'expérience qui leur est proposée.
Virtual reality is, the projection upon the five senses artificial stimuli. Virtual Reality - Future
This post is written by Dave Nugent, Cogent Legal’s senior producer, and draws on a study reported by Ken Broda-Bahm, PhD, of Persuasion Strategies. My thanks to them both. – Morgan “Don’t say the old lady screamed—bring her on and let her scream.” Visual Presentations in Court: A New Study On What Works Best And Why - Cogent Legal Blog
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