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Virtual Dreaming: Simulating Everyday Life of the Darug People [chapter]

Tomas Trescak, Anton Bogdanovych, Simeon Simoff, Melissa Williams, Terry Sloan
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Virtual Dreaming: Simulation Environment In the virtual dreaming simulation [2] we show everyday life of Aboriginal people from the Darug tribe, who used to live in the Parramatta basin (New South Wales  ...  The simulation takes the participant on a quest to explore the life of an indigenous clan.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-47665-0_65 fatcat:xllnn5ggprehnho6ys4y372vs4

Number 1 Assembled

Y Yesha, Sivan, Edgardo Donovan, Miao Feng, Felipe Nunes, Helen Farley
2018 Journal of Virtual Worlds Research   unpublished
Prisoners are secluded away from the general population, unable to travel, attend education beyond the prison walls or interact with a wide variety of people.  ...  At least to a certain extent, these constraints are able to be overcome with the use of virtual reality and immersive virtual environments.  ...  In another simulation, some of these researchers created an environment that evoked the Darug tribe of the Paramatta Basin (Trescak, Bogdanovych, Simoff, Williams, & Sloan, 2016) .  ... 

Dawes Review 5: Australian Aboriginal Astronomy and Navigation

Ray P. Norris
2016 Publications Astronomical Society of Australia  
determine the cardinal points to an accuracy of a few degrees.  ...  This astronomical knowledge includes a deep understanding of the motion of objects in the sky, which was used for practical purposes such as constructing calendars and for navigation.  ...  His notebooks contain many Darug words for stars and planets but, curiously, contain no mention of Darug knowledge of the sky.  ... 
doi:10.1017/pasa.2016.25 fatcat:q6xvvgenwvd7vc5vebnlkdkjsq

The incompleteness of human experience

Julia Prendergast, Shane Strange, Webb Jen
2020 Text: Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs  
You think Carole got the idea from Fargo? JADE The wood-chipper? Kelly nods. They consider. RACHEL Ahh. (gets up) Cramp. They'll notice he's missing. Rachel stretches, an alarm sounds.  ...  Acknowledgements My heartfelt thanks to the entirely excellent Shane Strange, editor and publisher at Recent Work Press, and to Queen of Ace, Distinguished Professor Jen Webb, Centre for Creative and Cultural  ...  Research, University of Canberra.  ... 
doi:10.52086/001c.23450 fatcat:kmtwsqmarvawnegpeogjhcjrzm

'Less like a wall': negotiating asylum in contemporary Australian and UK reality theatre [article]

Sarah Stewart, University Of Edinburgh, David Farrier, Michelle Keown
The thesis examines three settings of asylum filtering: the journey and arrival, the holding cell, and civilisation.  ...  It offers a framework for reading these plays based on the concept of the filter, a metaphor that manifests in various ways (from sieve-like boats to the bodies of hunger strikers to plastic carpet runners  ...  And the possum is my Darug totem. When the cloak was being made there was a process.  ... 
doi:10.7488/era/586 fatcat:425kdl3plzegzazhqpdtf23jma

Translating tourism: a cultural journey across conceptual spaces

Mohamed Zain Sulaiman
The theoretical aspect is represented by the CCT model, while the practical aspect is represented by the application of the CCT model in a translation project conducted in a simulated commercial-world  ...  The application of the functionalist approach to translation and the investigation into the cultural context of the translated TPMs highlight key cultural inconsistencies.  ...  Some of the major tour operators are listed below or visit the Melbourne Day Tour Centre and Melbourne Visitor Information Centre at Federation Square for a full range of options.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/58ae4510ac541 fatcat:x5jb3wzh6vhlpdnosv5hyioopq