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Mixed Reality
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Mixed Reality

For over a decade now, we’ve widely accepted that consumer technology is a tool under our control. But it’s rapidly becoming clear that the tech we’ve taken for granted is altering the experience of being alive. From smartphones to cyborgs, there are startling innovations that have exciting (and sometimes troubling) implications for health, culture and identity. That’s especially the case when the lines between “real” and “fake” begin to blur, and we’re forced to accept a new, “mixed” reality.
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