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    Augmented Reality

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    taking a more in depth gaze at augmented reality [AR], we must first look at the technological advancements made up until the 1990’s, when the term “augmented reality” was actually termed (Novák-Marcinčin, Kuzmiaková, & Beloushy, 2009). Virtual reality has been a major building block for the progression of augmented reality, as they use similar notions and methods. According to Craig & Sherman (2002), “The key elements in experiencing virtual reality – or any reality for that matter – are a virtual world

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    Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. Many of Tennessee Williams’ work deals with the difference between reality vs. perception and his play A Streetcar Named Desire was no exception. He portrays Blanche Dubois as a sexually promiscuous, emotionally disturbed, fabricator who has to continually revert back and forth between reality and the imaginary world she created. In her attempts to escape reality Blanche exaggerates her status in society while subtly mocking her sister’s and husband living environment

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    Virtual Reality

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    Virtual Reality Today Virtual reality allows people to study artificial worlds through simulation and computer graphics. Computers have changed the way we perform flight training, scientific research and conduct business. Flight simulators have drastically reduced the time and money required to learn to fly large jets. One of the most interesting capabilities of virtual reality is the ability to practice certain medical practices. Computers are helping many doctors perform complicated operations

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    Plato is one of the great philosophers in history, which still is teaching us lessons today. One of his most historic story, “Allegory of the Cave.” When discussing his views of truth and reality, and how the truth we experience is not direct or literal, is best explained through his words. Allegory of the cave in modern times, is the equivalent of the movie, “The Matrix” (The first film). What better representation of a classic tale told in a modern way. If the world you have learned to accept

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    In the Allegory of the Cave from Book VII of the Republic, Plato begins the myth with a description of the cave and the people or prisoners that live deep within the cave. Plato presents a hypothetical world in which these people have restricted vision and can’t see each other. They see nothing but shadows cast by statues of animals and objects that pass by a burning fire in the cave. Breaking free from physical immobility due to eternal observation of shadows on the cave’s walls, one person escapes

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    The Real World: It's Not Reality TV, It's Reality! I’ve entered the real world, finally. It’s what one works toward after he endures the rigors of academia. High School prepares you for college, and if you’re lucky enough to attend college you will learn a great many things. In High School I learned how to add, subtract, multiply, divide, the basics of biology, and how to write a decent expository essay on any subject. In college I learned about philosophers, composers and playwrights

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    Realities Redefined in William Gibson's Neuromancer The ways in which characters communicate and interact with one another are redefined in William Gibson?s Neuromancer. An all-encompassing web of intrigue, the Net enables humans and non-humans to access and to communicate an infinite amount of data across time and space. Medical implants open another door on virtual communications. Non-living entities such as artificial intelligences and the Dixie Flatline construct overcome the physical barriers

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    Magical Realism: A Fusion of Dream and Reality Franz Roh originally coined the term magical realism as pertaining to art, magical realism also evolved as a form of literary writing that began in the Latin and Central American countries. Magical realism is an amalgamation of the real and unreal, a fusion of dream and reality, and confusion within clarity. Magical realism became known for changing the way in which one thinks. Instead of seeing the ordinary and mundane, the Magical Realist brings

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    The Constant Fighting of Reality in Death of a Salesman The real crisis in this tragedy lies in the constant fighting of reality. The number of lies that build up on the Loman family’s shoulders, shoots pain into the heart of the reader. You keep thinking, “Quit dodging the truth Willy…Don’t get your hopes up, it’ll never work…Why are you guys avoiding all Willy’s signs that he wants to commit suicide…Why am I getting my hopes up for a plan that I know will never work for them?” One delusional

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    Critique on Peter Drucker's The New Realities

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    Critique on Peter Drucker's The New Realities In the past 150 years, America and the world has experienced a paradigm shift in the study of Public Administration, political realities, the government political processes, economy-ecology and the drastic transformation of our knowledge society. The New Realities book is Dr Drucker field guide to the large-scale paradoxes of our time. Dr Drucker hypothesis are a penetrating examination of the central issues, trends, and developments of the coming

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