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Eutelic Organism Emulation

Eutelic organism emulation is a complete emulation of a simple organism with a fixed nervous system. Because it is fixed, it has been argued it is easier to emulate than a dynamic brain. This type of simulation is seen as a first stepping stone towards brain emulation.

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Neuroprosthetics, Brain Emulation and Mind Uploading: The ultimate VR concepts
Neuroprosthetics, brain emulation and mind uploading are together perhaps the most extreme end of the trend towards virtual reality. All three are BMI, or Brain-Machine Interface. BMI is an old field, stretching back over six decades, concerned with direct-connecting the human brain to machines, in order to improve the function of both.





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High Dynamic Range Photography, and Use in Eye Emulation
H.D.R., or high dynamic range photography is a relatively new technique used by photographers to take high-quality full lighting range photos that are near-indistinguishable from paintings, for their ability to correctly replicate the lighting of a given scene, exactly how the human eye would see it.



 

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(11/10/2007)
The MouseCap, a mouse-emulation tool from Argentinian designers Mart?n Belzunce and Nahuel Gonzalez, features simple aspects that other mouse replacements do not: It's easily compatible with most operating systems, does not need extra soft...


(17/03/2008)
An international team is developing the Symbiotic Evolutionary Robot Organisms (Symbrion) project to understand the principles that govern how robots can form themselves into swarms -- a single artificial organism.

?Multi-rob...


(20/06/2010)
If you found a self-replicating organism living inside your computer, your first instinct might be to reach for the antivirus software. If, however, you are Andrew Wade, an avid player in the two-dimensional, mathematical universe known as ...


(10/08/2012)
Bioengineers at the University of California, San Diego have developed a method of modeling, simultaneously, an organism's metabolism and its underlying gene expression.

In the emerging field of systems biology, scientists ...


(17/08/2005)
Alife is the study of artificial life. Creating living creatures within a computer-mediated environment. Now, a newer field joins that one, with similar goals in mind: reconstruct a physical creature digitally, so you can experiment on it, ...