The quotidian rhythms of virtual Angkor Wat pulse away in real-time every day in a 3D world projected onto a wall at Monash University's Hargrave-Andrew library for an exhibition running until the end of June.
"We've got 25,000 what we call agents. They're little computer people who make very basic decisions about what they do every day," Thomas Chandler says, who is a senior lecturer in 3D modelling and has been building the virtual civilisation with his team for about a decade.
|Media of output||Online website page|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|