Bibliography

As I wander the internet and the library database, it occurred to me that I would be remiss not to build a bibliography.

References

Coleman, B. (2011). Hello avatar: Rise of the networked generation. The MIT Press.

Collin, B. (2014, March 27). How virtual reality overcame its ‘puke problem’ Retrieved August 4, 2015.

Dionisio, J., Iii, W., & Gilbert, R. (2013). 3D Virtual worlds and the metaverse. CSUR ACM Comput. Surv. ACM Computing Surveys, 1-38.

Heffernan, V. (2014, November 14). Virtual Reality fails its way to success. The New York Times Magazine.

McCormick, J. (2015, June 28). Defining the real-world Metaverse. Someone is finally … Retrieved August 2, 2015.

Morningstar, C., & Farmer, F. (1992). The Lessons of Lucasfilm’s Habitat. In Cyberspace: First steps. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Oculus Rift DK2 Project Viewer Now Available – Second Life. (2014, October 13). Retrieved July 15, 2015.

Oculus Rift provides a VR trip inside Game Of Thrones. (2015, July 14). Retrieved August 4, 2015.

Photiadis, T., & Souleles, N. (2015). A Theoretical model, including user-experience, aesthetics and psychology, in the design process of 3D avatars. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 8(1).

Rosedale, P. (Director) (2015, May 19). Keynote Speech. Silicon Valley Virtual Reality Conference. Lecture conducted from SVVR, San Jose, CA.

Available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBw_nY2IQGg

Rosedale, P. (2015, July 13). How Big is the Metaverse? | High Fidelity Blog – If it doesn … Retrieved July 26, 2015.

Schlemmer, E., & Backes, L. (2015). Learning in metaverses: Co-existing in real virtuality.

Vignesh, R. (2015, August 23). Stanford researchers unveil virtual reality headset that reduces eye fatigue, nausea. Retrieved August 4, 2015.

Yamato, J. (2015, July 30). VR Goes Pixar: Watching Oculus Rift’s Groundbreaking Virtual Reality Movie, ‘Henry’ Retrieved August 5, 2015.

Yuen, P. (2002). Multimodal interface for human-machine communication (p. 243). Singapore: World Scientific.

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