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The virtual body illusion and immersive Second Life avatars

Category: NeuroscienceTechnology
Posted on: October 8, 2009 4:00 PM, by Mo

SECOND LIFE is an online "virtual world" which enables users to create a customised avatar, or digital persona, with which they can interact with each other. It has become incredibly popular since its launch just over 6 years ago, with millions of "residents" now using it regularly to meet others, socialize and even to have virtual sex. Second Life is now filled with virtual communities and institutions - it has businesses and universities, and its own virtual economy.

via scienceblogs.com

And we saw it on House last week!

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