Smart1Systems Provides First Glance at Its Innovative Development Process
AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — eDoorways International Corporation (Pink Sheets: EDWY) announced today that the Company’s subsidiary, Smart1Systems (S1S) has released a video short of its development activity featuring Mike Torchia of Operation Fitness. “We couldn’t be more thrilled with the progress made by Alison Savitch and the amazing teams at Digital Fortress, Just Cause Entertainment and TNG Visual Effects,” stated Rick Henderson, Executive Vice President of eDoorways. “No one has done what we are doing, which is to marry the latest performance motion capture techniques used by Hollywood to create avatars (TNG Visual Effects and Just Cause Entertainment are working on the Avatar 2 and 3 movies now) with advanced artificial intelligence software Smart1Systems is now creating to build life-like avatars that can establish themselves the real world. Alison is capturing her team’s activities on video to document the process.”
Alison Savitch’s video short, dubbed “The Scanning Process”, shows the groundbreaking scanning technology applied by TNG Visual Effects to Mike Torchia in order to capture his body, movements, and all physical characteristics. “The entire process was rather surreal,” stated Mike Torchia, President of Operation Fitness. “It was quite amazing to see my body turned into a lifelike digital image capable of being controlled by the guidance I provide in the everyday world.”
The video short as well as pictures of the scanning process may be found at www.Smart1Systems.com.
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