Haha yeah i know what you mean, but where did you learn? i need some kind of tutorial, iv looked everywhere for tuts on how to do a complete model with bones and ik solvers, i know how to do the bones and ik solver on like very very low res models but like creating your own arms, legs, head, body and adding movements to a character, i tried looking but can't find anything...
Well I learned by myself mostly, over the years. And I'm still learning
Regarding IK solvers, I'm not really interested in animation, so I just quickly rig my characters, just well enough to pose them. But if you're interested, I think the rigging tutorials that are embedded in 3dsmax are the best you can find to learn IKs.
My first thought would be to understand my surroundings.
I don't think it would be fear, because fear would be caused by a fear of the unknown - which is essentially a fear of not being in familiar surroundings. And since this person does not know any familiar surroundings she would not be able to experience this fear.
Thanks, I think it would be mine too, even though it's pretty hard to imagine what you could experience on a first boot
But if it turns out to be cognitively possible, I really hope artificial intelligence never reaches that sentient state. This idea really creeps me out and I kinda fear an artificial horizon of events.