Listen To This Radio Broadcast About Virtual Reality From The 90's
Remember when virtual reality was less about companies like Facebook and more about the possibilities of digital tripping? No? Well, let this half-hour experimental musical radio documentary from 1990 remind you of what the promise of VR once was. The program was made to complement Cyberthon, a 24-hour VR event modeled on the Electric Kool Aid Acid Tests, and it features interviews with acid cyberculture figures like Timothy Leary, William Gibson, Jaron Lanier, Myron Krueger and more. Give it a listen below.
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(via Boing Boing)