In news, video footage generally lends credibility to a story. But new technology makes it possible for one person’s features to be mapped onto someone else’s. The trouble is there’s no way to control how people use it.
The technology that can realistically manipulate footage is mostly being used for pornography, says a new report. It has also caused several major political scandals already.
Volumetric capture uses many cameras to film an actor from all sides simultaneously. Software then splices the images into film scenes. Using VR goggles, you can walk around actors and see them from all sides.
Discover Wartburg Castle in Eisenach with a 360-degree tour! Here Martin Luther translated the Bible into German. Take a look around his parlor, the castle's other rooms and learn more about the World Heritage Site.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized--twice--after photos and a video emerged of him in brownface makeup on 3 separate occassions. The images emerged the week after he launched his reelection campaign.
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