Alexander Besher:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Alexander Besher was born in China, to Russian parents, then raised in Japan. He was a contributing editor to Infoworld magazine. His best-known work is probably Rim, which was nominated for the Philip K. Dick award, along with the other novels in that series.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Holo (License) - 3D driver's license
A three-dimensional driver license and identification card.

Rim (1994)

Neuro-netsukes - tiny personality construct
A small sculpture containing the personality of a living person.

Rim (1994)

Vai-Chi - virtual tai chi
Tai-Chi movements translated into the virtual world

Rim (1994)

Virtual Reality Ceremony - serving up VR
Don't just put your motion capture suit on - do it with style.

Rim (1994)

VR Dyslexia - take those glasses off!
Severe disorientation brought about by excessive use of virtual reality equipment.

Rim (1994)

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