NPSNET-V: A New Beginning for Dynamically Extensible Virtual Environments

@article{Capps2000NPSNETVAN,
  title={NPSNET-V: A New Beginning for Dynamically Extensible Virtual Environments},
  author={Michael V. Capps and Don McGregor and Donald P. Brutzman and Michael Zyda},
  journal={IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications},
  year={2000},
  volume={20},
  pages={12-15}
}
Recently in this column1, we presented a vision of the future of computer graphics technology. The rapid improvement of rendering capacity and fidelity led us to search for the next bottleneck in the development of compelling virtual worlds. The content development process does not scale, and we predicted that intelligent, reactive content will be required to engage and entertain participants in a virtual environment. This intelligence can stem from computer-generated autonomy, or from other… CONTINUE READING
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