- n. Plural form of avatar.
“We have always had the same taste in avatars though.”
“I guess looking at avatars is just not that important to me.”
“Just the sort of thing I was thinking for @chinposin. (tags: chinposin avatars standards hcard) [...]”
“One of his avatars is dictating a story to one of several amenuenses (sp?), who objects to one element.”
“My interest in avatars isn't new but has resurfaced as I write my follow up piece to "The Web is not forever .... part 1".”
“One program, Reynard, for example, has signed contracts with five research teams, mostly from major universities, to develop systems to observe "avatars" - animated computer images - that take part in popular "virtual world" games such as "Second Life" and "World of Warcraft.”
“One program, Reynard, for example, has signed contracts with five research teams, mostly from major universities, to develop systems to observe "avatars" - animated computer images - that take part in popular "virtual world" games such as Second Life and World of Warcraft.”
“Advanced technologies of the future provide a solution in the form of "avatars" - biological organisms created by blending DNA from the Na'vi with DNA from human subjects.”
“The chart-topping trio of Keisha Buchanan, Heidi Range and Amelle Berrabah will not only be wowing the party - hosted by TV star George Lamb - with an intimate set of new material from the forthcoming album, but will also be meeting their very own 'avatars' - totally interactive, speaking caricatures of themselves that will represent their online profile on Xbox LIVE.”
“The idea of "avatars" - three-dimensional representations of the self rendered in pixels, often fantastical or surreal in nature - wandering through a computer-generated environment has been explored in the science-fiction novels of Neal Stephenson, William Gibson, and Bruce Sterling, among others.”
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