Copyright 2000 Source: The Guardian

[ January 2nd 2001 ]

With realism and features unmatched in today's virtual heroines, Attitude Studio of Paris has created a new icon, which looks set to envelope the likes of Anonova and Tomb Raider star Lara Croft. Eve Solal is being touted in France as the most realistic virtual star to date, flowing with character, charisma and even charm, and looks set to star in her own feature film and well as host various media channels on the web.

According to Attitude Studio bosses, who argued why Eve is better than her predecessors, "Ananova only exists on the internet, she's cut off at the shoulders and she has only two expressions," Mr Viance said. "And as for Lara Croft, she only appears in action situations, and she does not have much in the way of facial expressions." Carving a moulding the new cyber babe was assisted by the Emotion Mapper software, which filters real live images and movements which is then digitally layered over the virtual skeleton of Eve.

Eve is expected to make her internet/movie/media debut early this year.

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