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Three Principles of Reflexivity

1. Whatever reasons we have for justifying the materiality of the actual world are equally valid or invalid for justifying the materiality of the virtual world.
2. Whatever reasons we have for calling the perceived objects in the virtual world illusory are equally applicable or inapplicable for calling those in the actual world illusory.
3. Whatever functions we need to perform in the actual world for our survival and prosperity we can also perform in the virtual world.

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The Ethical development of Detail
This article is designed to mark a line in the sand, to clarify the principles which the author firmly believes are needed to stop "righteous internal sabotage by players, in the name of roleplaying".

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Biped Robots > Petman
The Petman robot, created by Boston Dynamics, is a possible successor to BigDog. Built using the same engineering principles, it is essentially a two-legged version of the go-anywhere workhorse.

A periodical journal, extending back over three decades; advocating the use of holistic approach to VR, general simulations, and gaming, in cross-industry cooperation, and the furtherance of all. Sharing more than a few core principles with VWN, this print journal is much older than ourselves, and, though it is fighting the same fight, is often constrained by academic limitations. Nonetheless, their influence is significant.

Creating any virtual environment from scratch is a mammoth project, likely to involve a large team of coders, modellers, builders, and support personnel. Like any large project, having a design is critical. Just as critical is knowing how to analyse the problem and design a solution.

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Refining Prosthetic Legs - One Accident at a Time
When it comes to advanced prosthetic limbs - or for that matter virtual limbs relying on the same basic principles, getting the control circuitry to function properly is crucial. One of the most important aspects of said control circuitry, is the neural coding that binds the limb to the nerve impulses of the surviving ends of the peripheral nervous system.


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Education is on the cusp of a transformation because of recent scientific findings in neuroscience, psychology, and machine learning that are converging to create foundations for a new science of learning.

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Joanna Aizenberg, a materials scientist at Harvard University, has scoured the natural world for clues to biological building codes. She aims to decipher some of Mother Nature?s unique designs, including dirt-resistant sea urchins and sea s...

Producing energy and recovering copper from waste water at the same time: this is what Wageningen University environmental technologists are doing with their new microbial fuel cell.

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Using nano-engineering principles, neurons can be enticed to form into uniform circuitry patterns.

The researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel say the technique could allow the development of sophisticated biological sen...