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Deery, June - Reality TV, ebook

Reality TV

Deery, June


Reality TV has changed television and changed reality, even if we are not among the millions who watch. Written for a broad audience, this accessible overview addresses questions such as:  How real is reality TV?

Mullen, Tony - Prototyping Augmented Reality, ebook

Prototyping Augmented Reality

Mullen, Tony


Learn to create augmented reality apps using Processing open-source programming language
Augmented reality (AR) is used all over, and you may not even realize it. Smartphones overlay data onto live camera views to show homes for sale, restaurants,

Cowlin, Chris - The Reality Television Quiz Book, ebook

The Reality Television Quiz Book

Cowlin, Chris


Are you addicted to reality TV? Do you watch all the shows from Britain’s Got Talent to The Apprentice? Can you name every contestant ever to walk through the doors of the Big Brother house? Then The Reality Television

Ouellette, Laurie - A Companion to Reality Television, ebook

A Companion to Reality Television

Ouellette, Laurie


International in scope and more comprehensive than existing collections, A Companion to Reality Television presents a complete guide to the study of reality, factual and nonfiction television entertainment, encompassing a wide range of formats and incorporating

Chalaby, Jean K. - The Format Age: Television's Entertainment Revolution, ebook

The Format Age: Television's Entertainment Revolution

Chalaby, Jean K.


Today, they are a global business with hundreds of programmes adapted across the world at any one time, from mundane game shows to blockbuster talent competitions, from factual entertainment to high-end drama. Based on exclusive industry access, this book provides

Schmidt, Siegfried J. - Histories and Discourses, ebook

Histories and Discourses

Schmidt, Siegfried J.


His 'rewriting' of constructivism shows that classical constructivism shares some fundamental assumptions with realism, and he creates a new vocabulary which allows us to understand how we construct truth, identity, ethics, etc., without using any point of reference