Grand illusion

Ditlea, S.
August 1990
New York;8/6/90, Vol. 23 Issue 30, p26
Discusses `artificial reality,' the hot new technology of the nineties and the creation of American high-tech scientists working on the fringes of the research establishment. Looks at some of the creators of `artificial reality' and their bizarre creations.


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