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  • adv. In an immersive manner.


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  • Business is shifting to a more immersively connected state, where everyone knows where and what everyone is doing at all times.

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  • I know it does mine – in general my attitudes towards running a character in a RPG tend to fall into the categories of “the rules and optimizing my character,” “getting immersively in-character and roleplaying,” and “making an entertaining story.”

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  • The Tesla pods that make Battletech so immersively cool had their heyday in the virtual reality fad of the mid 1990s, but the expensive and space-hogging VR rigs started to fall out of favor as arcades around the country began to die off.

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  • The Virtual Crystal Cabinet could be described as a series of three-dimensional digital installations, as a work of virtual sculpture that blends and binds poetry with architecture, or as a series of immersively illustrated pages.

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  • Marketing and promotions aside, sporting events appeal to spectators the most when they can perceive them as contests of skill between individuals or teams -- and the more immersively or vicariously they can be experienced the better.

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  • The outcome, the other part of the immersive design conversation, is that the audience experiences more immersive because the participants involved in the creation have worked immersively and they understand the film space better and we are our own test audiences.

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  • For those of you who saw the production immersively (as opposed to the critic, who saw just the live broadcast and couldn't cam around for different views) what do you think?

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  • It's a melancholy song, but not an immersively depressing one.

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  • Anyone in the world with a commitment to learning about learning will be able to join the 2020 Winterschool using Anyware, and engage as immersively as they wish to, restricted only by the capabilities of the devices they can get hold of.


  • That his documentation of the mission is, in fact, the mission, is a bit of meta-business that doesn't work so neatly or immersively as, say,



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