Author Jamin Warren traces the beginnings of virtual influencers back to the appearance of avatars, explaining why these synthetic characters don't have to be 'real' as much as they have to convey an authentic and coherent identity that clearly personifies a brand
The avatars can mimic human body language and react appropriately to happiness or sadness
Bridging the gap between reality and VR with likenesses as lifelike as the worlds they inhabit
Graphic designer takes the spotlight off women and make men take a look at the state of their bodies.
Seyyer brings Ronald Reagan 'back to life' as an election commentator with their new technology.
Family Village helps people discover their personal family history and create avatars of their ancestors.