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    Virtual World Case Study

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    6.Describe the awareness/presence of VIRTUALWORLDS in Alibaba platform. 6.0 Introduction of virtual world Virtual world is performed by computer through networked computers. Virtual worlds define as computer-based community environment that designed by any individual with their personal avatars. Users make a command to avatars and avatars performs the action. Avatars means digital or graphical representation and it consists of 3 models which are text-based, two-dimensional or three dimensional graphics models. For example: internet memes and message board can perform beyond a simple name or label, the character in video games is able to controlled by human agent in real world and voice chat are presented as actions taken by the avatar. (Bell,…

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    A virtual world refers to a computer-simulated environment in which users interact for the purposes of social interaction, business, entertainment, education or research (citation). Whereas the terms virtual world is often linked to 3D environments, the terms encompasses numerous virtual environments which may take the form of primitive Multi-User Dungeons, social interaction websites, such as Twitter, and online chat rooms. Some of the ethical issues that surround virtual world utilities and…

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    In a world filled with tidbits of information and small innovative devices to keep people content for hours, not much thought is given to the harmful results of technology being a primary component of society. The teenagers and toddlers of today are exposed to a vast array of informative and superfluous information that can affect their future in many ways. Individuals must be more selective in technology usage to prevent an over-reliance on the virtual world, decreased human empathy, and…

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    regularly to establish and develop relationships. She writes, “I prefer, in short, a world cloaked in virtual intimacy” (176). Stites is familiar with numerous social networking websites which help her fulfill the needs of closeness and engagement with others from the online community. This is similar to Carla Toebe, mentioned in Payne’s article, who spends 15 hours per day to get involved in multiple online dating sites and messaging applications (456). However, if Stites acknowledges this as…

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    of science and technology, humans are not content to live only in the real world. We found ourselves travel between virtual and real world frequently more than ever. Virtual world has already become part of our daily routine. It is revolutionizing the way we live and view the world to an unexpected extent. Nevertheless, its benefits still need to be measured against its liabilities when compared to real world. We should not incline to either of these two worlds. Instead, we should learn about…

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    How has the Use of Virtual Reality Impacted Training in Sports? The great football coach of the University of Alabama, Bear Bryant, once said, “It’s not the will to win that matters – everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters” (Roberts 2012, n.p.). Anyone who has ever played a sport knows that the key to success is practice, practice, and more practice. Most athletes train for countless hours trying to figure out new ways to perfect the skills that they have already…

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    1 INTRODUCTION Virtual Reality is a way for humans to visualise, manipulate and interact with computers and highly complicated data (Kushner 2016). In addition, this visualisation refers to the computer developing visual, auditory and other sensual outputs to the user of a world within the computer (Kushner 2016). Also, this world may be scientific simulation, or a look into a database, the user is able to collaborate with the world and directly manipulate objects within the world, where…

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    The Set Back and Progress of being a Virtual Assistant Certainly, there are two sides of a thing: good and bad. Being a virtual assistant doesn’t make one immune to this reality. It has advantages and disadvantages. In every advantage there is a corresponding disadvantage. So, if you are planning to become one, then you might as well look into the real picture of a virtual assistant. The one that doesn’t favor only the bright side of this profession but the one that offers both side of it. Let…

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    Impact Of Virtual Reality

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    Virtual Reality Changing Technology In the 21st century, man has devised a new technological advance in technology. This has revolutionized the way people will look at the world for the better. Virtual Reality… The most technologically advanced product that man has been able to create. Developed originally in the 1960s, the world has been working towards this for tech for many years. With failure after failure, no one has been able to come up with a way for Virtual Reality to become a true…

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    Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash delves into the themes of access to information and control through the usage of virtual realities. While some people might fear that technology produces an overflow of information, virtual realties offers its users connection to knowledge and people that would otherwise be impossible. In addition, the Metaverse within Snow Crash creates a world separate from reality that provides people with the ability to create avatars and decide on how people view one’s own…

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