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Virtual Experiences Allow for New Interventions

  In David Chalmer’s essay The Virtual and the Real, he investigates the correlation between experiences that occur in virtual…

The Agency of Virtual Bodies

In David Chalmers’ paper “The Virtual and the Real,” the philosopher argues that “virtual reality is a sort of genuine…

Ex Machina

        Written and directed by Alex Garland, Ex Machina is a compelling science fiction thriller exploring a variety of different problems…

VR Addicts

In his writing “The Virtual and the Real”, he discusses his beliefs on the outside world’s perspective on what is…

The eating competitor, Bioengineering and its moral measurement

The eating competitor, Bioengineering and its moral measurement   The popular Japanese youtube blogger Yuka Kinoshita updated the youtube channel of her eating experience…

What values does VR bring to the table?

What values does VR bring to the table?  According to David J. Chalmers, “virtual reality is truly real”. Therefore, VR…

Reality

David Chalmers would argue that there is no virtual reality and real reality, but rather a virtual reality and a…

Virtual Reality and Data Collection

Reading David Chalmers work “The Virtual and the Real” made me reflect on the idea of realness in the machine…

Oasis:Is that the terminal of VR?

From Last week’s Chalmer’s  article and his Skype visit about VR (Virtual Reality), the impressive point about his talking on…

From Illusory Colors to the Subjectiveness of Properties

“The data structure corresponding to a virtual red rose really does cause reddish experiences when viewed in these conditions (‘through…

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