January 10, 2007

Virtual Darwinism- The Evolution of Virtual Life

written by Cyanide Seelowe

When one looks back at the genesis of virtual reality, one can see a rich history of circuits, pixels, binary, and regular Joes wanting to create something big in their garage at night.

The folks at KIBOOK Interactive Design, on the other hand, have something a little more organic in mind when it comes to the evolution of virtual reality.

Digiquaria is a simple, colorful and intriguing site that proves that keeping it simple, stupid, is the way to go with interactive design. It takes you through eight digital lifeforms that have been inspired by real water life, and gives you an idea of how they move, live, and coexist with one another.

Also, if you have a creative business or organization, Creativity Incubator might be a site you'll want to check out. Quoted from their website, Creativity Incubator is "... a new service dedicated to helping growth-oriented small and medium-sized enterprises increase their capability in creativity and innovation. It's for managers and executives, decision makers and influencers - people who are actively seeking new and better ways of doing things in their organisation."

1 comment:

ninsve said...

Intresting stuff, Cyanide.
Here's a link to a site about simulating flock behavior way back from 1987...CLICK