Digital Games and Artificial Intelligence

Until the 80s or the mid-90s, digital games were created holistically and characters were just a single picture.

However, from the mid-90s, game stages became 3D, physical simulation was put into practical use, and game characters began to be operated by moving skeleton structures called "bones."

Therefore, powerful artificial intelligence with the ability to move characters with complex bodies in 3D space became necessary.

■References (Books, papers, Web articles, etc.)
Game Engine Architecture, Third Edition   Jason Gregory CRC Press; 3 edition (August 17, 2018)
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