augmented virtuality


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augmented virtuality

Computer-generated imagery that can be manipulated by the user. For example, using a touchscreen, people can design their own kitchen or bathroom by selecting and moving virtual appliances and fixtures around a digitally created room. In a gaming environment, augmented virtuality implies that real objects, even the gamers themselves, can be projected into and participate in a virtual world. See augmented reality, mixed reality and virtual reality.