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Are you a dog person or a cat person? Either way, if you like animals, you know that it's the little things that make them special and unique. The expecting way your dog looks at you when you take out his leash for example. Or the tactics your cat uses to get her dinner in time. So why do animals in video games always feel so generic?

We are Virtual Beings, and we are on a mission to create virtual pets that feel alive, that have personality and that can surprise you every day! Based on years of research at Stanford University (USA) and SCAS (Sweden), we have developed cutting-edge AI technology that pushes the envelope on what's possible in current video games.

Our pets are able to express a full range of emotions, to smoothly respond and adapt to the player, and to deal with unexpected changes in their environment. In short, their behavior isn’t “scripted”, instead it’s modeled on that of real animals. Want to know more? Follow us on Twitter!