Monthly Archives: March 2011

Karl Sims: Evolving 3D Body Morphology

One of my favorite research topics is artificial life.  Although this paper is not recent, Karl Sims published Evolving virtual creatures at SIGGRAPH ’94 and I still enjoy watching the video of these body shapes: I don’t think it’s technically … Continue reading

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Multi-Dimensional Analog Literals

I have a weakness for programming tomfoolery.  Something I just came across made me smile, so I thought I’d share it.  They’re called multi-dimensional analog literals, and they’re the work of some clever C++ templates.  Basically, it allows you to … Continue reading

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