/ saɪbərspes /
Množina reči cyberspace je cyberspaces.
internet · net
Prevedi cyberspace na: francuski · nemački
1. The advanced shared virtual-reality network imagined by William Gibson in his novel Neuromancer (1982).
2. The universe of environments, such as the Internet, in which persons interact by means of connected computers. A defining characteristic of cyberspace is that communication is independent of physical distance.
The virtual or imaginary space created by computerized communications.
Term originated by author William Gibson in his novel Neuromancer the word Cyberspace is currently used to describe the whole range of information resources available through computer networks.
The imaginary, interactive “worlds” created by computers; often used interchangeably with “virtual world” or “virtual reality”. The invention of the word “cyberspace” is generally credited to US science-fiction writer William Gibson (1948– ) and his first novel Neuromancer 1984.
As well as meaning the interactive environment encountered in a virtual reality system, cyberspace is “where” the global community of computer-linked individuals and groups lives. From the mid-1980s, the development of computer networks and telecommunications, both international (such as the Internet) and local (such as the services known as “bulletin board” or conferencing systems), made possible the instant exchange of messages using electronic mail and electronic conferencing systems directly from the individual’s own home.
Unutrašnjost računara, elektronski prostor.
1. Elektronski etar u kome se odvijaju direktne komunikcije. Stvoren u romanu "Neuromanser" Vilijema Gibsona, predstavlja mentalni prostor u kome se sreću ljudi sa modemima, a nalazi se tamo negde u vanzemaljskim prostorima.
2. Nadimak za Internet.