Game Informer - We’ve Yelled At Games For Years; But Bot Colony Actually Understands

Game Informer - In the mid ‘80s, Eugene Joseph founded a company called Virtual Prototypes, where he helped develop graphical design tools for the aerospace industry. In 1999, Joseph was inducted into the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum’s Laureate Hall of Fame for his innovations in aerospace prototyping. But after spending nearly a decade and a half ­developing flight simulators and war-gaming products for corporations like Lockheed Martin and Northrop, Joseph pursued his passion for designing robotic systems of a different sort.

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