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Anyone else heard of this software that got released recently called "euphoria"? I read a little about it and how it's being used in gaming platforms to have the computer's CPU simulate the brain and nervous system for an individual animated character, allowing for each gamer's experience with any given character to be totally and completely unique. just thought it was kind of cool...any thoughts on how it might be used in non-gaming animation? yes? no? maybe?

I never heard of it so I looked it up. I could see an application in non-gaming animation. It is something that someone could play around with just to see what they could get out of it. Maybe they could shorten production time on a project or make it easier to produce a series of animation with a set of characters all wired up for action. Don't know. :confused: