Virtual Reality Methods: A Guide for Researchers in the Social Sciences and Humanities

Author:   Phil Jones (University of Birmingham) ,  Tess Osborne (University of Groningen) ,  Calla Sullivan-Drage (independent scholar) ,  Natasha Keen (independent scholar)
Publisher:   Bristol University Press
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9781447360759


Pages:   158
Publication Date:   15 June 2022
Format:   Hardback
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Since the mid-2010s, virtual reality (VR) technology has advanced rapidly. This book explores the many opportunities that VR can offer for humanities and social sciences researchers. The book provides a user-friendly, non-technical methods guide to using ready-made VR content and 360 Degrees video as well as creating custom materials. It examines the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches to using VR, providing helpful, real-world examples of how researchers have used the technology. The insights drawn from this analysis will inspire scholars to explore the possibilities of using VR in their own research projects.

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Author:   Phil Jones (University of Birmingham) ,  Tess Osborne (University of Groningen) ,  Calla Sullivan-Drage (independent scholar) ,  Natasha Keen (independent scholar)
Publisher:   Bristol University Press
Imprint:   Policy Press
ISBN:  

9781447360759


ISBN 10:   1447360753
Pages:   158
Publication Date:   15 June 2022
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   Manufactured on demand   Availability explained
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Phil Jones is Reader in Cultural Geography and runs the Playful Methods Lab at the University of Birmingham. Tess Osborne is Lecturer and Researcher in Human Geography at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Calla Sullivan-Drage, Natasha Keen and Eleanor Gadsby are independent scholars and former members of the Playful Methods Lab at the University of Birmingham, UK.

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