meatspace


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meatspace

(ˈmiːtˌspeɪs)
n
(Computer Science) slang the real physical world, as contrasted with the world of cyberspace

meatspace

The physical world inhabited by people.
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The only nod the 30-year-old game makes to modern tech is a motion-sensitive 'Day in the life of Ryu' mode, with you performing uppercuts, blocks and fireball gestures in meatspace to take out Time Crisis-style goons in a series of first-person stages.
Talk of all things technological: the cloud, augmented reality, meatspace, even Pokemon Go -- all of it foreboding of a divorce of soul from body, of humanity from the earth.
5) Cyberpunk seems to me less about the ascendance of the virtual than the persistence of the material--the drag of living in meatspace.
Rather than starting out as a gallery artist, then moving on from that context to exploit the mechanisms and forms of mass media in creating and disseminating his art, Lonergan began his work online and only later attempted to adapt his practice in order to participate in meatspace exhibitions.