Our work has been supported by an ARPA contract through Teknowledge,
Inc., a grant from the National Science Foundation, a gift from Intel, and
Seed Grants from Stanford's Center for the Study of Language and
Information and Office of Technology Licensing.
Aside from our research funding, there are people or projects that have
donated time, ideas, or code to our project. We'd like to extend a
special thank you to all of them.
Prof. Friedlander, of the English Department here at Stanford, has
offered thoughts and collaboration helping us to understand what
theater is and how it can work in an interactive computer
Ken Perlin is the director of the Media Research Laboratory at New York
University. He and his group designed the procedural animation system
that we use in our master/servant
scenarios. We would like to thank him and the MRL for making their
system available to us.
We would like to acknowledge the generous assistance of the members of Carnegie Mellon
University's Oz Project for letting us (and helping us) use their