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Litro #134 contributor Peter Vilbig recalls a drunken night ride on a motorcycle, and all that it meant.
David Glass examines the technological (r)evolution that is Virtual Reality, and asks: what would you call a project that gets you hooked on dreams?
“You could access a ‘properties’ menu for each avatar… The menu made no mention of the tattoos: sleeve-length across both arms and even across one of her cheeks.”
Featuring new fiction and poetry from Iain Robinson, Eveline Pye, Jake Fior, Peter Vilbig and Thomas Darby – plus an essay by James Miller and an interview with Bruce Sterling.
Cyberpunk guru Bruce Sterling gives us the lowdown on Augmented Reality.
One man rejects the virtual future.
The difference between augmented reality and virtual reality is a Bengal tiger…
A real life ends, but is imagined by those left behind…
An exclusive extract from a new version of Alice.
Love and pornography in an augmented world.
A simple text deconstructed.
How social media is changing the modern novel.