How about a cute Anime gal who dances according to the CPU usage? Hatsune Miku waving her leek while playing a MP3? The famous Matrix digital rain effect with scroll speed corresponding to your network traffic? It's up to your imagination!
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Character development[ edit ] Inori Aizawa is a personification of Internet Explorer. She was designed by Collateral Damage Studios, who wanted to create their own character after artist and producer Danny Choo posted an image featuring human equivalents of the Safari, Firefox, and Chrome web browsers. Though after Collateral Damage Studios jokingly asked Microsoft to "call them", a representative from Microsoft Asia-Pacific approached the company, and Inori was adopted as a mascot for Internet Explorer. However, she does not represent an official mascot for Internet Explorer. A Microsoft employee has claimed that Inori represents "a new way of looking at" Internet Explorer. She's the kind of girl you want hanging around your computer", and compared her to Clippy, the "annoying Office Assistant " attached to earlier versions of Microsoft Office. Introduced to the world in a commercial titled "Internet Explorer:
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Sociological aspects[ edit ] The media studies scholar Yuji Sone has argued that since moe anthropomorphism is usually personified by beautiful young girls, it is an example of the outgrowth of otaku subcultural habitus into sexual fantasies. Catgirls and catboys are the most prolific in this category, although bunnygirls, foxgirls, and doggirls are also common. Kemonomimi characters typically appear human except for added animal-like qualities. One such series is Kemono Friends , which is focused on a myriad of anthropomorphized animals in girl form, ranging from real animals to cryptids and mystical creatures.
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