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Semiotic studies, infographic sign, virtual reality, digital communication

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The manipulation and treatment of the images by computer has meant important changes in the semiotic studies on communication. The infographic sign is a different way of looking at the world that draws up a techno-communication phenomenology from its effects on the human experience. Besides these technical transformations in the knowledge of our environment is producing a new epistemologic paradigm based on the discursive construction of the effect of the truth.

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Contreras-Medina, F. (2001). El signo infográfico en la comunicación digital: de la presencia al vacío. Comunicar, 17, 87-92. https://doi.org/10.3916/C17-2001-12

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