Remember when the apex of what computers could do to morph faces was represented in Michael Jackson's "Black or White" music video? Yeah, things have changed, and with jaw-dropping results.
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In Face Hacking, a stunning meld of real-time face tracking and 3D animation, artist Nobumichi Asai creates incredible illusions using living faces. The two men become cats, robots, and even share an eerie Face/Off moment in which they completely swap features. (Check out Asai's earlier piece in his Omote series, modeled on a female subject, here.)
As an aside, the fact that the below performance video was shot as part of what appears to be a gaggle of Japanese talk-show hosts only adds to its weird appeal.
[Via Laughing Squid]