John W. Kim
Rupture of the Virtual is an examination of a concept of the material and the invaluable resources it offers for critical thinking today. In a multifaceted analysis, the book considers the theoretical reasons for the material’s exclusion from media theory and details the military origins of computing interface technologies, such as the Head-up Display and Augmented Reality, that enhance knowledge over the material. Rupture of the Virtual insists that a renewal of the material can be central to a critique of the virtual as a cultural condition.
This document contains all chapters, additional text, acknowledgements and sources associated with Sears Eldredge's work titled Captive Audiences / Captive Performers. It does not contain the audio files and video files that are associated with Captive Audiences/Captive Performers.
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