In the essay " The Art of Immersion" written by Frank Rose, Rose explains how the revolution of technology has effected the way people are now reacting to the new forms of technology.This was done so in England during the early 1800's. England began industrializing and sooner or later thousands of fellow British citizens began to mobilize to the cities and the art of literature became a very much popular thing amongst the people. The authors would publish their work by serialization which meant the books would be published and sold only by one chapter at a time.
Rose also mentioned when the film Avator came out to the scene editors quickly wondered would it be something people would be interested in watching or their minds would just revolve around and it. Josh Quittner from the Time stated "I couldn't tell what was real and what was animated". Phenomenally the 3D movie became a hit just for the fact the realistically animated had the audience in aw due to the fact they were able to have a connection with the film. even though Avator had both aliens creatures and humans the connections because it felt so real.
Rose argued that the audience felt the realness of the movie because Pandora was made up place it felt real enough for you to imagine you were in there by watching the film for example Harry Potter you could probably imagine some students or yourself attending Hogwarts the only thing that makes it fiction is the magic and the silly things they do but overall the connection is visible.