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June 16th, 2007

I once doubted that user-produced video would amount to much. This beautiful montage is one of many on YouTube that prove me wrong. (Via Jeff Weintraub, via Norm Geras)

On the other hand, it remains to be seen whether I can make the necessary code work. In the meantime, go here

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  1. Peter Wood
    June 16th, 2007 at 20:40 | #1

    Hmm, the video appears to be of Bush possibly getting his watch stolen. Perhaps you mean this video?

  2. jquiggin
    June 16th, 2007 at 22:27 | #2

    Aargh. This worked fine the first time.

  3. June 17th, 2007 at 11:33 | #3

    when human society becomes depressing, we can take refuge or solace in basic biology: vive les femmes!

  4. Smiley
    June 17th, 2007 at 11:52 | #4

    Can you imagine how long it took to produce this little clip? Someone would have had to locate a digital copy of each piece of art (if it wasn’t already in some sort of digital library), crop and scale them to position the head in approximately the same position, and then order them for the morphing software to do the work.

  5. June 18th, 2007 at 15:29 | #5

    The following amateur animation video made in 1999 is in my view more impressive than the morphing of classical paintings.

  6. Bill O’Slatter
    June 19th, 2007 at 10:58 | #6

    No Terje that one was not beyond a Year 12 class about 10 years ago : Quigger’s one is quite nice tho I would have liked it to involve more flashy tranformations ( rather than simple morphing) perhaps Terry Gilliam style. ( ct out figure in a landscape) This might be in conflict with the ” high art” aims of the work. Where was Picasso ?

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