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About the graphical representation of mediated reality...Edit

Hello dear Wikipedians,

I was reading some voices about: mixed reality, augmented reality, medaited reality, and so on.

I noticed that the third image on the right side (a graphica representation of the various sets of reality/mediality/virtuality) does not match the definition given in another voice: mixed reality. I think that the graphical representation in the mixed reality page is more suited to represent the various shades of mediality and virtuality. It's a two axis chart: a mediality / virtuality diagram.

There is more: in other voices augmented reality is described as a representation of the real, phisycal enviroment, enriched with data about it: any fictional element is absent. So it could be the extreme limit of mixed reality rather than a subset of it. Same thing of virtual reality: how could it be a subset of augmented reality if in the physical wolrd elements are totally absent in it?

I'm not saying that the picture in this voice is not right, i want to be clear about this. Maybe it is. I'm just expressing what could be the reader's thoughts.

But if it is correct it should be better explained and it should correspond to the definitions made in the other pages (or go along with them). Otherwise it could be confusig. For me at least.

I think some examples coul help. Let's talk about night vision googles or a thermograph: both give a representation of reality, without any virtual elment. Are those examples of which set? Augmented reality? Modulated reality? What about the helmet of an apache helicopter that gives you navigation and targeting data in front of your nose? Is that Augmented reality? Mixed reality? If mixed reality what's the virtual element?

I leave this lot of questions to you, experienced Wikipedians hoping that someone far more experienced could enhance this page; hopefully academically prepared on this subject. I apologize for my poor english and in case you believe my intrusion unconvenient.

I wish you a nice day rich of wisdom and knowledge

Sdrobo — Preceding unsigned comment added by Sdrobo (talkcontribs) 20:04, 14 September 2017 (UTC)


Negative effect of mediated realityEdit

The long-term effects of altering perceived reality have not been thoroughly studied, and negative side effects of long-term exposure might be possible.[citation needed]

What is this referencing to, or what is the goal of that claim? Without any source or direct relation to anything, this seems like fear mongering and technophobia. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 185.26.189.63 (talk) 17:51, 24 August 2020 (UTC)

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