Month: June 2006

  • Automatic skeleton-ing system

    NewScientist today has an article called “Muscle and bone bring animated characters to life”. It’s an interesting idea. Apparently some researchers in the UK are autmoatically creating bones and muscles underneath the skin of 3D models based on the muscle curvature in the skin. They’re suggesting that they can more quickly create a realistic skeleton […]

  • Smellovision returns

    An article on NewScientist today talks about a device being developed to record and play back amells. They’re currently using 96 chemicals to simulate the 347 olfactory sensors, but claim to have already obtained good results. Could this be the return of Smell-o-vision? Anyone else remember those guys from the GDC expo five or so […]