Warehouse 13 is an American made science fiction show that ran from June of 2009 to May of 2014. The highly creative venture is based around the thirteenth incarnation of a Warehouse built to preserve and collect “artifacts”, items that have been imbued with a special power that is, in most cases, directly related to either the user or creator of the item, although certain major events in history can create artifacts as well. These artifacts typically have a downside to using them as well, some relatively benign, such as the drooling effect of Pavlov’s Bell, others extremely malicious, like Lizzie Borden’s compact, which causes its user to kill their loved ones using an ax.
Warehouse 13 Inspired Dog Names in Pop Culture
Arthur Nielson, once an agent and now the supervisor of Warehouse 13, is most often referred to as Artie. Mrs. Fredric, the director and caretaker of Warehouse 13, has stated that she believes Artie to be the best agent the warehouse has ever had and throughout his career, he has had the highest retrieval rate for artifacts of any Warehouse agent. He not only keeps things running back at the warehouse, but he also goes out on assignment and trains new recruits. During the episode titled “Past Imperfect” in season three, he even dons a fez that gives him the ability to mind meld with a dog named Trailer when the dog wears a similar fez, which he does in order to get a license plate number that he needs to track down a missing artifact. Artie is a talented cryptographer who has a strong dislike for modern technology and a secretive nature, which makes it a little ironic that a Los Angeles based company that helps to bring virtual characters to life in augmented reality was given the same name. The company recently unveiled a new experimental virtual reality experience that is available through Google Daydream and Lenovo Mirage Solo and revolves around a surf pup who is also named Artie. The story is set in a highly stylized version of Santa Monica, where players are able to interact via voice control with Artie, a small blue dog that is trying to find his way back to the beach. The first chapter of the story was released in October of 2018, and players are able to instruct the dog to do tricks and follow commands, with new chapters promised in the future.
The experience makes extensive use of Google’s WorldSense technology that allows for the character to move more smoothly in game-play, giving it the option to move forward and backward, slide to the right or left, crouch or jump, rotate left or right, pitch (look) up and down, and to lean forwards or backwards. It also allows for reasonable conversations with the characters that are encountered by Artie by utilizing Googles Natural Processing and Artificial Intelligence. This game isn’t particularly mentally taxing, but it was designed to be emotionally engaging, and it does help to kickstart more speculation on how more sophisticated AI characters can be utilized to create new and entertaining experiences. All with a virtual little blue dog.
Warehouse 13 Inspired Dog Name Considerations
There are many ways to begin the search for a new name for your canine companion; some people choose to pick a name by its meaning, while others prefer to choose a name that commemorates someone that they know and love, or even a name that refers to a celebrity or an expert in a field that they are interested in. Another source of inspiration can be based n our favorite forms of entertainment, such as our favorite books, movies, and television shows. The television show Warehouse 13 is full of inspiration for your dog’s name, including names based on characters, places, and even the names of artifacts or their creators. There are several ways to pinpoint exactly the right name from a list like this, for instance you can let the dog’s behavior and habits guide you, choosing a name like Claudia, Fargo, or Artie for a dog that is bright but quirky, while Adwin or Mrs. Frederic may be more appropriate names for a dog that seems to have hidden depths. There are also names that will help define your dog’s role in life, making names like Genghis, Jane, or Remati fitting for a dog that is meant to be a guardian.