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“What happens when a video game begins to take on a life of its own? Is it the program’s ground-breaking artificial intelligence or something more sinister?” The sci-fi story “Planet Alt-Sete-Nine – The Lost Princess” immerses us in an adventure of conflicted realities; the real world and the game world. B.J. Neblett builds […]
Participate in our PhD student Julio Llamas Alonso’s study, which examines the effects of memory, personality and emotions on Game Transfer Phenomena. Who can participate in this study? 18 to 45 years old Play video games at least 4 hours a week in any platform. What do you need to do? […]
Notions of exploring and living the events, being “inside” the digital images and participating in simulations, date back to 1997 when TV viewing was compared with the use of Internet (Sánchez 1997). The technological advances of Virtual Reality (VR) headsets and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies are progressively enabling us to […]
My interview on Game Transfer Phenomena in the Curiosity daily podcast with the enthusiastic Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer! They make a great team. Follow this link to participate in our ongoing study mentioned in the program.