Internationally recognized as the man who brought virtual reality into the
World Wide Web, Mark Pesce has been exploring the frontiers of the future for
nearly two decades.
Pesce is the author of three books - including a classic text, Browsing and
Building Cyberspace, which sold over 70,000 copies in six languages.
Ballantine Books will publish his next book, The Playful World: Interactive
Toys and the Future of the Imagination, in September 2000. Pesce has written
for WIRED, Feed Magazine, Salon Magazine, and numerous
Ziff-Davis periodicals, and he has been profiled by publications such as Forbes
ASAP, TIME Digital, WIRED and The New York Times.
Pesce is Chair of the Interactive Media Program at the University of
Southern Californias world-renowned School of Cinema-Television, where he has
created a program that not only encourages creative vision, but also seeks to
produce a generation of entertainment professionals who will shape the media of
the next century.
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