Aug 9, 2016
For many people, virtual and augmented reality technology is the only way they will get to experience different parts of the world or a variety of other activities.
But what sort of effect will these experiences leave on our perception of the reality around us?
Dr. Julia Shaw joins Kevin Harvell to discuss a variety of topics such as this and how other to better understand how our minds work in regards to memory retention and how it can sometimes lead people to believe something is real when in fact it is not.
We also discuss her book, The Memory Illusion: Remembering, Forgetting and the Science of False Memory.
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Nathan Pettyjohn is a technology entrepreneur with experience building teams in marketing, advertising, sales and mobile technology, and is currently the Founder and CEO of Aisle411, a global leading indoor location and mobile software company serving some of the world's largest retailers and brands. Aisle411 was an early augmented reality development partner of Google’s Project Tango solution in 2014, offering 3D AR navigation solutions for leading retailers. Nathan is also the Founder of the VRAR Association.
Kevin Harvell is a professional podcaster with over 300+ episodes of hosting, co-hosting and producing experience with a primary focus on consumer technology. Current shows Kevin is involved in either by hosting and/or producing include, the Tech Informist, MS Mobile Show and the Who's Who in St. Lou Show. Kevin also loves spreading his passion for podcasting with others via speaking engagements at technology conferences and helping others launch their own podcasts.