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Published on Apr 12, 2009
Rolf Johnson portrays a founding father of Virtual Reality, Morton Heilig, by creating a 1969 Mexico City interview where Mr. Heilig recalls "....his schematic of the brain, sensory channels, the motor network. The rough outlines of the main perceptual inputs that contribute to a sense of reality....a 'periodic table of elements' of what he came to call 'experience theatre!' "....a manifesto calling for Hollywood studios or the government to mount a broad based R&D efffort into the sound, peripheral vision, vibration, smell and wind elements...."
from the book Virtual Reality by Howard Rheingold.