Software developer Arturo Castro was able to come up with a computer program using FaceTracker technology that allows him to both morph the faces of others onto his own in real time video and then control the expressions of this Franken-face with his facial movements.
Castro has some fun with the creepy technology in the video below, in which he shifts from Paris Hilton to Fidel Castro to Steve Jobs and then onto more famous faces.
Foul tips are one of the perils of playing the catcher position in baseball, but one doesn’t usually associate fire hazard with that risk. In the video below, a foul ball off the bat of the Chicago White Sox’s A.J. Pierzynski hits the mask of Detroit Tigers’ catcher Alex Avila so hard that sparks fly.
Recently, a Russian fellow named Sam Nickles touched the breasts of 1,000 different women, for a total haul of 2,000 boobs felt.
Why? Well, he claims he’s doing it for Russian strongman Vladimir Putin, because Putin is too busy with state affairs and being married to go out and touch potential voters in that manner. (Look, we’re just reporting what Nickles says.)
A busker playing guitar for spare change in Boston’s Public Gardens got quite a shock when music legend Bruce Springsteen approached him yesterday, and asked if he could borrow his instrument. Bruce then began strumming a tune for the passersby, with a huge grin on his face. Speculation is that Springsteen was in Boston dropping his son Evan off at Boston College.
The classic line, “Say hello to my little friend,” which Al Pacino’s Tony Montana character belts out before his absurdly violent last stand in the cult classic ‘Scarface,’ has become deeply ingrained in pop culture since the film’s 1983 debut.
Anybody who’s ever boarded an airplane knows that there is something terribly inefficient about the slow, agonizing process. Astrophysicist Jason Steffen decided to do something about the messy procedure, using science to develop a plane boarding method that cuts seating times in half.
Scott Weaver has spent the last 35 years building a highly-detailed tower replica of San Francisco using only toothpicks. And if that wasn’t impressive (or insane) enough, his tower allows ping pong balls to take a half-dozen differently routed tours throughout San Francisco’s neighborhoods and famous landmarks.
In the video below, Walker walks you through all of his painstaking creation’s twists.
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