pesco — 2014-08-18T12:51:12-04:00 — #1
jerwin — 2014-08-18T13:18:20-04:00 — #2
I'm a bit curious to see the results with a male model. We are, I think, conditioned to accept the simplifying effect that full makeup has on a female face, and this may hide certain flaws within the algorithms.
telecinese — 2014-08-18T13:39:34-04:00 — #3
Very cool artsy uses for those kinecty sensors that are becoming commonplace. Interested in finding out what else creative types are going to come up with.
I'm hoping for a better version of that predator-style 'invisibility suit' someone came up with a while ago. Or at least some more really freaky visual tricks.
(not quite the same level of 'real-time projection mapping', but still worth sharing in case anyone missed it)
emo_pinata — 2014-08-18T13:39:51-04:00 — #4
I see we have achieved plummeting humans into the uncanny valley
noahdjango — 2014-08-18T13:59:30-04:00 — #5
I'm going hunting
I'm the hunter
I'll bring back the goods
But I don't know when
bolamig — 2014-08-18T22:20:02-04:00 — #6
DJs will all have to have the new projection mapping mask.
brainspore — 2014-08-18T22:37:00-04:00 — #7
There was a visual gag on one episode of The Drew Carey Show where Mimi, who normally wore more makeup than the offspring of Tammy Faye and the Joker, had a skin reaction that required going without cosmetics for a week. As a stopgap solution she set up a slide projector at her desk to map a fully-made-up photo of herself onto her real face.
adminstooge1 — 2014-08-19T18:02:46-04:00 — #8
has anyone been able to view this vimeo video since the comments. It freezes and go black. nothing her to see. get a new video player.
pesco — 2014-08-23T12:51:20-04:00 — #9
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