Month: October 2016

Wiglets pose In front of Miro backdrop

I am working on autonomous behaviors to present at the upcoming Narrative Summit. Here’s a video of some wiglet eye-gaze features I’ve been working on:



Eye shiftiness gene added to wiglet genome

Check it out…

Now wiglets can check each other out

I recently added eyeballs, eyelids, eyelashes, and eyebrows to the wiglet genome, with various breed-able, evolvable attributes associated with them. Here’s a video showing one character with these extra ocular capabilities.


Podcast with Jeffrey Ventrella – on the Versatilist

Hey wiggy peeps,

I was recently interviewed on the Versatilist Podcast, by Patrick O’Shea.


In this podcast, Patrick and I kick around lots of ideas on artificial life, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality. I describe my ongoing efforts to develop a kind of self-animated character that can thrive in our highly augmented future.