A new video entitled 'Strange Beasts' has been doing the rounds on social media this week. Directed by Magali Barbé, the film purports to be a trailer for the next generation of augmented reality gaming -- but in actual fact, it is a short fictional work, and a commentary on the increasing encroachment of virtual reality and augmented reality upon our lives.
Chris Townsend is a freelance writer and editor. He is Articles Editor for King's Review magazine.
Chris Townsend is a writer and editor. His essays have appeared in the Paris Review, The Millions, Cabinet, and other magazines, and he is online editor for King's Review magazine.
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