Tilt your head, wiggle your eyebrows, or stick out your tongue, and the virtual visage remains stretched over yours all the while.
Some of the digital masks end up looking better than others.
Sean Connery, I thought, was pretty damn convincing, and I silently enjoyed watching myself wear the old Scot's mug -- my i Mac transformed into a mad, mesmerising mirror -- while my coworkers toiled on around me wearing no countenance but their own.Øygard's isn't the first face-substituting effort, citing a project by artists Kyle Mc Donald and Arturo Castro as inspiration.But its real-time operation is pretty impressive (it relies on Web GL and works best in Chrome).And as cameras and videogame systems become even further intertwined, you could imagine how this sort of technology could be applied.Let our fantastic group sales staff help you plan a great group adventure!Grab a group of 10 co-workers, friends or family members and enjoy great discounts on lift tickets and rentals.
What's the most fun you've had with your web cam recently?
If you don't have an answer, it's not your fault.
There's not a whole lot you can do with your computer's camera outside of Skyping Grandma and taking pictures with birdies over your head in Photo Booth (that's actually pretty fun, though).
Anyway, thanks to creative coder Audun Mathias Øygard, we have an entirely new desktop diversion, equal parts eerie and entertaining.
It's a website that lets you wear celebs' faces.
With Øygard's "face substitution" demo you can try on over a dozen famous faces, from Walter White and Mona Lisa to Barack Obama and Kim Kardashian.