Book Review: Beyond Reality: Augmented, Virtual, and Mixed Reality in the Library

Daniel G. Kipnis

Abstract


As part of the democratization of information, libraries are expanding their offerings beyond knowledge-based resources into the realm of virtual reality. In Beyond Reality, Varnum produces nine unique chapters on augmented, virtual, and mixed realities (AR/VR/MR). Six of the chapters are university case studies, two are from public libraries, and the final chapter is from an intellectual property attorney. The selected case studies offer a variety of geographic locations and sizes, which will help match libraries considering pursuing AR/VR/MR programs.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5860/rusq.59.2.7279

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