From Cyberpsychology to World of Warcraft – 3Dcamp Limerick

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"Cyberpsychology: An Emerging Discipline" is the name of the latest talk added to the list for 3Dcamp Limerick on Saturday May 24th –

"Cyberpsychology studies human interactions with other emerging technologies, including the internet, mobile phones, games consoles, virtual reality, digital media and any other technology which has demonstrated an ability to alter human behaviours. It considers the impact of evolving trends, such as technological convergence, on individuals. Cyberpsychology also examines human interactions with less ubiquitous technologies, such as cyborgs and artificial intelligence." !!

That talk will be given by Grainne Kirwan from the Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology. Another recent submission is a talk by Chris Exton in which he will attempt to observe in realtime the various interactions which give rise to "The culture of World of Warcraft"

We’re now at 56 registered attendees (and counting) so it’s looking like a wonderful event for everyone interested in this space.

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2 Responses to “From Cyberpsychology to World of Warcraft – 3Dcamp Limerick”

  1. Krishna De Says:

    You are welcome. Yes I have registered to attend – providing I can get someone to look after the children for the day. Looking forward to it – well done for all the organising.

  2. Eoghan Says:

    Argh! Why am I only learning about this now!? At least I see some IDC guys are going, so I can pump them for info later. This could have been publicised better…

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