"JARON LANIER'S DESCRIPTION
of the seven-camera tele-immersion project in 'Virtually There' [April] should have mentioned, for historical context, the traditional two-camera system that has a 20-millisecond latency: the system whose two cameras are called eyes and that uses a computer called a brain on which runs the ever popular Mind OS software that portrays external reality as a near-real-time, three-dimensional, internal representation viewed by ... the mysterious viewer called consciousness."
Okay, Robert Burruss of Chevy Chase, Md., consider it mentioned. For discussions of other topics from the April issue, please direct your OS below.
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