Virtual World

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A computer-based interactive 3D simulation, in which users take the form of avatars visible to others graphically
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However, how does the individual's reflexive identity in virtual space affect their identity in non-virtual, everyday life?
The country's High Council of Virtual Spaces, which supervises
Alpha users with access to the eye tracking hardware, can experience real eye contact with another person on the platform's virtual spaces.
With enhancing the Internet's role as a major media and communication platform, the state should take every step to ensure the protection of the virtual space against this new emerging threat," said Natalia Zarudna, the Head of the OSCE Programme Office in Astana.
In an article in CFO Journal by Deloitte dated September 24, 2014 it points out that even if work spaces are designed physically to maximize productivity but does not consider virtual space or online interaction (especially if employees are spread geographically) and management system does not promote teamwork - productivity may still be at risk.
VR is in a completely separate category from the much-hyped Google Glass, which acts as an extension to mobile devices to be worn everywhere while going about everyday life; VR headsets are meant for home use, isolating users from their surrounding environment for a sense of immersion in a virtual space.
Get an idea of what can be done at the local school and district levels to push into the lives of teachers and students and have them "live" in our virtual space at any time, location, or device.
Getting more use out of the library, including our virtual space, was one of my major goals, and we're doing that through a web-based Online Public Access Catalog--we use Follett's Destiny--and a virtual reference collection of subscription databases.
Also, the mental space can have two faces, like the virtual space and the real space in which some virtual elements emerge, which is referred to as the hybrid space.
This virtual space collapses geographical borders and cultivates online social networking conducive to cyber-framing nation-states.
Both cloaks rely on the fact that there is no scattering in the virtual space when an infinitesimally thin plane, with perfectly electric conducting (PEC) condition on both sides and parallel to the incident direction, is illuminated by the incident transverse magnetic (TM) wave with its polarization perpendicular to the surface.
Women lecturers from Iran and Indonesia in this conference elaborated on Women in Islamic Fiqh (jurisprudence), virtual space and the role of Muslim women in preventing the damage of virtual space to the family, responsibilities and duties of Muslim women in Islamic thinking and also legal and social challenges for Muslim women.

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