Published Semi-Annually. Est. 2017.
Advancements in computer-generated sensory have made the concept of believable virtual environments a reality. With the availability of such technologies, new questions are raised as to how these technologies can be applied beyond gaming applications and how further improvements can be made to allow for full digital immersion.
The International Journal of Virtual and Augmented Reality (IJVAR) presents interdisciplinary research on the technological, social, legal, and policy implications of virtual and mixed reality integration and how the division between real and virtual worlds is becoming less distinct. Fostering interdisciplinary applied research and a unique forum for novel solutions for virtual immersion and mixed reality, the articles found within IJVAR are essential to the research needs of graduate-level students, researchers, and professionals interested in topics relevant to the digitization of everyday life.