Virtual Eternity Digital Clones By Intellitar

Digital Clones are avatars that present your likeness in the Virtual Eternity system by Intellitar. Their Intelligent Avatar Platform technology lets you create and train your Intellitar, so that users in times yet to come can come as close as possible to interacting with the real you.


(Virtual Eternity Digital Clones video by Intellitar)

Intellitar™ is the developer of the Intelligent Avatar Platform™ (IAP) and creator of Virtual Eternity™. Founded in 2008, Intellitar is delivering the first intelligent and interactive technology platform for building and creating life-like avatars or an "Intellitar". The IAP allows a user to create and train his or her Intellitar to accurately reflect the personality, voice, look, knowledge, and life experiences of its creator. These Intellitar's can improve and expand the online experience for businesses and individual users in a more realistic and life-like manner.

The Company's IAP is a tightly integrated software system that utilizes state-of-the-art speech recognition and synthesis, and life-like animated visuals, all supported by an artificial intelligence conversation engine. Using an unlimited number of information sources and knowledge bases, an Intellitar can now become your virtual clone or a subject matter expert providing product and customer support for your website or online business applications.

Intellitar's Virtual Eternity brings the power of the Intelligent Avatar Platform to genealogy by allowing users to build and enhance their individual or family legacy. Now, with Virtual Eternity, generations can be digitally preserved to allow future interaction and conversation with friends and family members. Imagine listening to stories from family members who were there.....having the person who took the photo explain what it's about....or going back in time and talking with your favorite family members. These are the experiences you can realize with Virtual Eternity.


(Intellitar CEO greets you from the great beyond)

Fans of science fiction movies of course recall the hologram of Dr. Alfred Lanning in the movie I, Robot. The artificially intelligent system that presents the hologram can answer your questions, but it's responses are limited. So, you'll have to ask the right question.


(Alfred Lanning after-dealth hologram)

Even earlier, the same idea is used by the Vu-Age Church in a 1987 episode of Max Headroom; this explanatory video provides details.


(Alfred Lanning after-dealth hologram)


("Do you believe this video construct is your dead husband?")

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