Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Link Round-Up: February 10, 2016

I’m being torn apart.

A The Force Awakens and Inside Out Mash-Up featuring Kylo Renn

A Fine Mess: How Not to Assert Your Copyright in the Youtube Age: "A week ago, one of the more popular YouTube organizations, Fine Bros Entertainment, run by brothers Benny and Rafi Fine, announced a new scheme to license out its React brand and video format on a profit-sharing basis.  The endeavor backfired spectacularly, mostly because people felt that the Fine Bros were profiteering and aiming to exploit the creativity of others."

He’s boring; he’s unrelatable. He wears his underwear on the outside. But is that the real problem of Superman? It’s a problem that has less to do with the character himself and more to with DC Comics, which found itself stuck with a flagship character it thought needed fixing. In trying, it broke him nearly beyond repair.  Zack Snyder, however, will deny that the character needs fixing. After all, he didn't change Superman from his true canon version.

New Software Can Actually Edit Actors' Facial Expressions A new software, from Disney Research in conjunction with the University of Surrey, may help cut down on the number of takes necessary, thereby saving time and money. FaceDirector blends images from several takes, making it possible to edit precise emotions onto actors’ faces.

Not enough graduates know about Freudian subtext in Alien 3, say employers

The Only Cool Way to Ride a Hoverboard is as the Flying Cloud from Dragon Ball

R2-D2 Gets the Sarcastic Subtitles He so Richly Deserves

Watching a Homemade Tank Get Built Is Totally Awesome

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