Virtual worlds, virtual vacations

But is there room for virtual eco-tourism?

2 Responses to “Virtual worlds, virtual vacations”

  1. liam says:

    I like to think of it on a spectrum, if the abstract spaces of our minds and mathematics are on one end, if you start to approximate, and inevitably reduce the scope of those spaces, you can get a facsimile of those spaces in the real world, whether generated and interpreted with the imperfect digital means of computers, or the imperfect analog means of our senses.

    I don’t terribly mind the idea of someone creating or finding a space for themselves which they find pleasing, whether it’s through writing, meditation, or code.