CSUSB biology professor enlisted as anatomical consultant for video game ‘Horizon: Zero Dawn’

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Gamasutra.com — Stuart Sumida, professor of biology at Cal State San Bernardino, was specifically mentioned on a video game news website as a consultant for PlayStation 4’s “Horizon: Zero Dawn,”  which features sophisticated robots, called Machines, that “also exhibit unmistakable animal-like behaviors and movements,” the article said. “These Machines are a key feature of the game’s unique primordial futurist milieu.”

Sumida has done anatomical consulting on myriad projects, including films “The Lion King,” “Dinosaur,” “Hercules,” and “Harry Potter,” and Disney World rides  “Countdown to Extinction” and “Expedition Everest.”

The article was published April 21, 2017.

Read the complete article at “Making ‘Horizon: Zero Dawn’s ‘ machines feel like living creatures.”

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