One notch past immersion

There seems to be some agreement that, in terms of the user experience, virtual reality’s key attribute is its ability to manufacture presence. One notch past immersion, this means that a user perceives that they are physically present in a nonphysical world. It makes sense, then, that developers are immediately reaching outward to bring distant pieces of the universe into our living rooms — bringing deep background into the immediate foreground. –

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