Category Archives: Miscellaneous

New Publication: “Understanding Evolutionary Potential in Virtual CPU Instruction Set Architectures”

PLoS ONE recently accepted and published our most recent article investigating how the instruction set architecture of the virtual CPU impacts evolutionary potential in digital evolution. See “Understanding Evolutionary Potential in Virtual CPU Instruction Set Architectures” by David M. Bryson … Continue reading

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New Publication: “A Case Study of the De Novo Evolution of a Complex Odometric Behavior in Digital Organisms”

PLoS ONE recently accepted and published our most recent article detailing the evolutionary steps that led to a surprising behavior in our studies of path following and memory. See “A Case Study of the De Novo Evolution of a Complex … Continue reading

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Traveling to Mars

Great website/info graphic by David Paliwoda illustrating the distance to Mars. Via John Gruber.

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"Why 3D Doesn’t Work and Never Will. Case Closed."

Walter Murch, in a letter to Roger Ebert, explains that the biggest problem with 3D is the "convergence/focus" issue. The audience must focus at the screen, a plane at a fixed distance away. However, to properly view the screen their … Continue reading

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