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[ih-mur-siv] /ɪˈmɜr sɪv/
noting or pertaining to digital technology or images that deeply involve one's senses and may create an altered mental state: immersive media;
immersive 3-D environments. Unabridged
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Examples from the web for immersive
  • Such immersive experiences have led to several reports of online activities triggering real-world conflicts.
  • immersive encounters and learning adventures abound for the whole family.
  • When it's on the screen, it's a little less of that immersive experience.
  • Really, the future of cinema is in fully immersive environments, and that's already happening in computer games.
  • Such extensions create deeper, more immersive experiences for fans.
  • But it is also a blank canvas, and a unique space for an immersive experience.
  • The show yields an immersive sense of early modern art as a tidal wave of hot-and-bothered genius.
  • The rest do it for the achievement, the social aspects and largely, because the game was fun and immersive.
  • The whole movie is played up as an immersive experience.
  • One of the first arcade games to suggest how immersive the medium could be.
British Dictionary definitions for immersive


providing information or stimulation for a number of senses, not only sight and sound: immersive television sets
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Contemporary definitions for immersive

generating a three-dimensional image which appears to surround the user

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