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So I’m not an actor, but if I were one, watching this woman discuss the latest advances in image metrics technology would be more than a little terrifying. And speaking of the unreal, Steve Bryant today reviews Model.Live, a Vogue.TV/Bebo collaboration that takes America’s Next Top […]

So I’m not an actor, but if I were one, watching this woman discuss the latest advances in image metrics technology would be more than a little terrifying.

And speaking of the unreal, Steve Bryant today reviews Model.Live, a Vogue.TV/Bebo collaboration that takes America’s Next Top Model one step further, showcasing the real careers of three young models. How close to reality is this reality series? Find out at NewTeeVee Station!

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  1. I don’t know if I’m missing something but it seems like this could be a good thing for actors. Their system is performance-based animation, meaning they hire an actor to perform and then can translate the performance into super realistic animation for a game or other use. If game companies used this technology, if might make for more opportunities for actors. Am I misunderstanding the video?

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