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Once upon a time I painted a lot. I won some minor awards in high school, and I almost studied art in college. But the closest I ever got was watching Terry Zwigoff’s 2006 satire Art School Confidential.

It’s a about a wide-eyed college freshman whose idealism is beaten out of him by the pettiness, cynicism, and insecurity of the institution and its people. I decided to try to become an engineer instead.


A group of researchers from the University of Edinburgh, together with Method Studios, have crafted a virtual locomotion engine using neural networks. The result is some highly accurate motion for virtual characters across tricky terrain, and without the astronomical sets of static animations.