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    News - Activision’s realistic 3D face rendering technology (video)

    Every pore and wrinkle is visible. Is this real-time 3D tech destined for Call of Duty?
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    Re: News - Activision’s realistic 3D face rendering technology (video)

    so... real faces?

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    Re: News - Activision’s realistic 3D face rendering technology (video)

    They might have to watch out for
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncanny_valley

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    Re: News - Activision’s realistic 3D face rendering technology (video)

    Bravo. Very nice.
    That girl has a zit btw!

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    Re: News - Activision’s realistic 3D face rendering technology (video)

    Maybe this time for Activision to take revenge,LOL. COD with this texture? i can't imagine!

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    Re: News - Activision’s realistic 3D face rendering technology (video)

    Very impressive (assuming this wasn't some kind of very clever April Fool).

    Being cynical I've got to wonder whether the "adult" industry is going to try and license this tech - digital "actors" surely being a lot less troublesome than the flesh and blood variety, (no issue with aging, need for implants, etc).

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    Re: News - Activision’s realistic 3D face rendering technology (video)

    I bet the Pentagon, CNN and Fox News is already using this technology. Propaganda and lies are about to increase ten fold when this technology becomes readily available.

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    Re: News - Activision’s realistic 3D face rendering technology (video)

    Quote Originally Posted by crossy View Post
    Being cynical I've got to wonder whether the "adult" industry is going to try and license this tech - digital "actors" surely being a lot less troublesome than the flesh and blood variety, (no issue with aging, need for implants, etc).
    Why cynical? It's actually very practical and obvious that they will take advantage of this technology. There is already a growing market for adult videos using animated 3D models (if you didn't know it ) so this would be a natural next step

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    Re: News - Activision’s realistic 3D face rendering technology (video)

    I think so.......

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