Oceanside, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2011
The Imaginarium Machine features the immense power and versatility of the human mind. Author John Adrian Tomlin hands his readers a one-of-a-kind story that will blow gaming enthusiasts away. This fiction introduces a world which emphasizes the profuse impact and overwhelming effects of highly advanced technology. Tomlin’s remarkable prose authentically plays with the readers’ imagination by handcrafting an innovative plot that may not be too far from human reach. Contributing a great deal of inspiration to virtual world technology, this fascinating literary masterpiece opens many doors which break apart barriers between the tangible and intangible.
It is 2030 and video games have reached the point where graphics and innovation are at their peak. At E3, Sony reveals their next generation gaming console, the Imaginarium Machine. Instead of playing on a television, a person can now play in his mind. He can visualize whatever takes place in this virtual universe, whilst having the ability to control his physical actions and motor skills. This pioneering piece of device also allows one to still be aware of his reality while experiencing the virtual dimension. In doing so, it breaks all boundaries with regard to one’s senses. One can now feel the wind, smell the flowers and taste the bread in the other dimension whilst still being in touch with reality. All the possibilities are endless. Nonetheless, like the mythical story of Prometheus who handed the torch to mankind, the price to pay for such highly-developed and sophisticated piece of hardware is not cheap.
Readers will be astonished to find out as to how the cutting edge of technology can potentially cause a great amount of havoc when placed in the wrong hands. Spellbinding, fresh and invigorating, The Imaginarium Machine symbolically attests to the proverbial phrase, “Imagination is the root of all change.”
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The Imaginarium Machine * by John Adrian Tomlin
Publication Date: October 31, 2011
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 107 pages; 978-1-4653-8816-2
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