Bruce Blumberg


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  • SIGGRAPH 2000

    Bruce Blumberg, is an assistant professor and head of the Synthetic Characters Group at the Media lab of MIT. Bruce is a well known researcher in the area of autonomous animated characters focusing on the development of computational models of behavior, motivation, perception, emotion and adaptation inspired by work in animal behavior, psychology and artificial intelligence. His group is a frequent contributor to the interactive venues of Siggraph, including (void •): A Cast of Characters at Siggraph ’99, SWAMPED at Siggraph ’98, and ALIVE at Siggraph 95 and 93. He has a Master’s from the Sloan School at MIT and a B.A. from Amherst College. Prior to coming to the lab he held positions at Apple Computer Inc, and NeXT Inc.  

     


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