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Three Real Futures for Virtual Worlds

Tom Boellstorff
2015 Journal of Virtual Worlds Research  
First, the false opposition between "virtual" and "real" fails to capture the many ways virtual worlds are real (and the many ways that not everything in the physical world is real).  ...  In this article I seek to help set our theoretical affairs in order, with regard to the future of virtual worlds (and thus our research on virtual worlds).  ...  The notion of "digital media" is often overgeneralized to the point that "online" and "media" are treated as synonyms, but this is not accurate.  ... 
doi:10.4101/jvwr.v8i2.7167 fatcat:l5lfv5wglffoxjrgcthm4ukola

Liveness, mediation and the simulated: Effects of the digital screen on architectural representation post–1990

Endriana Audisho
2020 Interstices: Journal of Architecture and Related Arts  
to speculate on the effects of the digital screen on architectural representation, specifically the tension between the simulated and the real.  ...  Recognising that the relationship between the digital screen and architectural representation is relative to, and has been shaped by, the broader media context of the decade the Paperless Studios is situated  ...  The digital screen is used to encapsulate both media and technology, and representation is understood as the attempt to be the equivalent of the real (Baudrillard, 1981: 2-4) .  ... 
doaj:87932812c3384ef7a0b0e26c981680e6 fatcat:uwx76gfnpne3hhhqeyq2ortibq

Pauline Hope Cheong, Peter Fischer-Nielsen, Stefan Gelfgren & Charles Ess (Eds.): Digital Religion, Social Media and Culture: Perspectives, Practices and Futures. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. 2012

Kaitlyn Alessandra Maria Bolongaro
2013 MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research  
Each chapter in Digital Religion, Social Media and Culture: Perspectives, Practices and Futures raises different questions relevant for further reflection.  ...  Lundby, the authors dispute the distinction between virtual and real-life worlds, while recognizing the persistent digital divide between developed and developing nations.  ... 
doi:10.7146/mediekultur.v29i55.9716 fatcat:3g6gje2675chjbyg2c27jc76se

Archive Drift

Arthur Kroker
2011 intermédialités  
Elle change le passé temporel en temps-réalité ; elle éclaire les horizons avec de la lumière-espace ; repliant le passé historique, elle le projette vers le futur ; elle détruit les limites fixes ; elle  ...  In the real-time and real-space of digital culture, distinctions among past, present and future have themselves been increasingly rendered obsolete.  ...  For this reason, what really matters in thinking the future of the digital archive is something more spectral and illusive, specifically the role of the digital archive that we call social media in shaping  ... 
doi:10.7202/1009078ar fatcat:6hy3ga73urcq3gpkpyamfckx24

Theorizing the present: digital media, pre-emergence and infra-structures of feeling

Rebecca Coleman
2017 Cultural Studies  
Present: Digital Media, Pre-emergence and Infra-Structures of Feeling Abstract Digital media are frequently described as producing a 'real-time', 'live', 'always-on' temporality.  ...  I argue that these media produce the present differently; creating a real-time, live, connected present in the case of the former, and a suspended or expanded present in 3 the latter.  ...  Thanks also to the anonymous reviewers whose comments have, hopefully, helped me to clarify some aspects of my argument.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09502386.2017.1413121 fatcat:ygdfkgdigzgvniv6333k23rx7q

Of Museums and Digital Culture: A landscape view

Tula Giannini, Jonathan P. Bowen
2018 EVA London 2018  
What distinguishes this museum book from others, is its focus on digital culture and art, digital behaviour, and the interaction of real and virtual life, and how this increasingly impacts museums as they  ...  This paper will survey each of these areas to provide a landscape view of the overall topic, together with some personal conclusions and views on future directions by the authors.  ...  the digital future.  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/eva2018.34 dblp:conf/eva/GianniniB18 fatcat:a3zjtpecj5arjeyncuaxsq2gua

Participatory Futures Imaginations

Juliana Valentim, Marcos Steagall
2021 Link Symposium Abstracts 2020  
The contemporary conjuncture of widespread ecological and social crises summons critical thinking about significant cultural changes in digital media design.  ...  valuable from the mundane, offering users a taste of real-time responsibility and empowerment.  ...  The contemporary conjuncture of widespread ecological and social crises summons critical thinking about significant cultural changes in digital media design.  ... 
doi:10.24135/link2021.v2i1.111 fatcat:smhvkrvq35ejxcmalgw5j7yidm

Page 133 of SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal Vol. 116, Issue 4 [page]

2007 SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal  
The father of the Digital End to End (DETE) architec- ture for Warner Bros.’ factory of the future will discuss some quality factors that must be considered.  ...  Kramarsky, Deluxe Digital Media; Les Moore, Kodak Digital Cinema; John Wolski, Strong Digital Systems Keynote: Digital Cinema — A Studio Perspective 1:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m More (and Less) Than Meets the  ... 

The Digital Etiquette Enhancing to Global Citizenship of Social Studies Teachers in a New Normal Society

Charin Mangkhang, Nitikorn Kaewpanya
2021 Higher Education Studies  
The study of the digital etiquette of world citizens in a new normal society will provide good practice for effective use of the online space in the digital world of global citizens.  ...  The world is transforming into a post-digital society, as a result, people gain the freedom to communicate, share values and knowledge in a society without borders.  ...  To apply digital etiquette on social media in real life, cooperation from all sectors is required to promote digital etiquette to the new citizen in a future new normal society.  ... 
doi:10.5539/hes.v11n3p89 fatcat:nnb5vg5pvff5xg3ucnzffqvyku

Invisibility, Inequality and the Dialectics of the Real in the Digital Age

Matteo Stocchetti
2018 Interações Sociedade e as novas modernidades  
The invisibility of the real through capitalist digitalization, in turn, conflates digitization and digitalization subordinating the latter to the former.  ...  the role of critical media literacy.  ...  the hegemony of capitalism in the present and to project it into the future.  ... 
doi:10.31211/interacoes.n34.2018.a2 fatcat:n2eyosjo3bdunm6clt7duoqdvq

A Framework for Advertising in the Digital Age

Stephen J. Kim
2008 Journal of Advertising Research  
COMMUNITY The other vitally important social trend affecting the future of digital advertising September 2008 JOURNAL OF ADVERTISING RESEARCH 322 ADVERTISING IN THE DIGITAL AGE is the evolution of social  ...  UBIQUITOUS BROADBAND INTERNET ACCESS Fast, reliable, and “always-on” connec- tions to the internet are integral to the future of digital advertising.  ... 
doi:10.2501/s0021849908080367 fatcat:7xtvg7lj3za45iqqnwynjdalpi

Print and publishing and the future of Augmented Reality

Christine Perey
2011 Information Services and Use  
Past, present and future In the past, print media and the publishers of content to paper were the "kings" of content.  ...  results of #2, the digital media, with one another.  ... 
doi:10.3233/isu-2011-0625 fatcat:tfpk5qxaivhbzcadlln2fflzhu

Online journalism education in Rwanda: students find value in the Experiential Learning Approach

Joseph Njuguna, Margaret Jjuuko
2019 SOTL in the south  
This technological revolution has had a marked impact on the structures and economic viability of media, necessitating media training institutions to rethink how they prepare future media professionals  ...  The digital age is reshaping media industries locally and globally, forcing media firms and media producers to master new media tools in order to remain competitive and employable.  ...  The study found that teaching online journalism skills is enabled by a number of factors, including the students' existing digital knowledge; the availability of online tools and the use of real-life examples  ... 
doi:10.36615/sotls.v3i2.91 fatcat:j6tul5bmxve2jistirzj3jvbqu

Digital Culture and Digital Media: Professional Competences

2020 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
To achieve the purpose set, there has been held a questionnaire to learn the influence of digital culture and digital media on the academic activity and professional formation of students majoring in different  ...  Also, the results of the study can develop technology for measuring digital and media competences of specialists in different areas.  ...  The profiles of social media also allow the real world relations to go to the cyber world.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.c7945.019320 fatcat:hjeg5rzoxvd4vgy3tjgaxfksqe

Network Analysis in Relationship Dynamics and Digital Social Identity in Youths

Rajendra Man Banepali, Subarna Shakya, Gajendra Sharma
2018 Journal of the Institute of Engineering  
In future, this model of network analysis can be expanded to various domains like political, intelligence and international relations.  ...  Digital social identity and individual network behaviors like pattern of establishing new relation, altering relationship dynamics and termination are result of this work.  ...  However, they are though in least time in digital media, they real life has also effects of digital identities nowadays.  ... 
doi:10.3126/jie.v13i1.20371 fatcat:3orjtqyxlbf5xlcb2dpf2gjagi
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