Church leaders in Marshall County have been working on their "Go Tell" crusade to fight poverty and meth abuse but now say the world of faith must step up to the immediate devastation in Oklahoma. More >>
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Huntsville-based Intellitar launched the Virtual Eternity website Wednesday.
The program allows clients to enter information, and accompanied with their picture, will audibly answer questions about their life and background.
Company founder Don Davidson said it's like an interactive time capsule with a face to match a living scrapbook.
"It's a digital version of me that looks like me, it sounds like me, and it takes on a lot of my personality and characteristics," Davidson said.
"The concept behind Virtual Eternity, which is a social network, is the ability to create digital clones of people for legacy preservation," Davidson added.
Davidson said the more information clients give, the more their intelligent avatar knows.
"So, now that I've preserved and archived me in a digital format, I'll be available to current and future generations to come back and interact with. A digital immortality, if you will," Davidson said.
Intellitar plans several enhancements over the next few months, including adding the ability to place intelligent avatars on social network sites.