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Actor

Another name for an Agent, or NPC

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Related Dictionary Entries for Actor:

Ambient Occlusion

Attenuation Coefficient

Beta Testing

Differential GPS

Electrotactile

Haptic Interface

Information Theoretic Death

Monoscopic Mode

Motion-Captured Animation

Multisensory UI

Olfactory Interface

Olfactory Sensor

Phase Lag

Posturography

Remort

Role Play

Role-Play

Roleplay

RP

Simulacra

Synthespian

Synthetic Environment Technology

UAT

User Acceptance Testing

Vactor

Virtual Actor

Virtual Embodiment

Virtual Studio

Wide area ground Reference Station

WRS



 

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(12/11/2008)
Theatre has always been a place where reality modifying experiences happen, as far back as recorded history goes. Now, the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, is adding computerised augmented reality to performances.

Their p...


(23/08/2004)
Ever fancied becoming a cartoon character? New software, debutted at SIGGRAPH 2004 makes it possible - sortof.

Computer scientist Michael Cohen, of Microsoft research in Redmond, Washington created the system to turn normal v...


(29/08/2012)
Within milliseconds, and just with the help of mathematics, computing power and conventional video cameras, computer scientists at the Max-Planck-Institute for Informatics in Saarbrücken can automatically capture the movements of several pe...


(28/04/2009)
Californian Governor Schwarzenegger revealed in a webcast this week that he may appear in the upcoming "Terminator Salvation," but when he said he didn't want to act, he left many fans scratching their heads.

Turns out Sc...


(10/11/2003)
The BBC, stalwart flag-bearer of television's finest, has annonced a new method for creating former "blue Screen" programmes allowing faster turn-round, cheaper costs, and greater use of special effects. Origami, the name of this new ...