A Japanese developer has augmented what is, arguably, the only thing worth augmenting: virtual breast enhancements with real physics, courtesy of Microsoft Kinect. Using the body-detecting features of the Kinnect, Ningen Inc has managed to overlay virtual breasts onto the real ones of people in shot, enabling men and women alike …
What a load of crap! That must have cost all of 5 Yen to come up with that. It looks pathetic and graphically poor. How in Hades did this make news?
What the **** did I just watch.
Japan - producing 87% of the world's weird shit since 1945.
Have they supported any other gestures?
"But it's the pelvic thrust
That really drives you insaaaaaaaaaaaane!"
It's a breasticaboobular, chasticamammical, tubular, bubular joy! #mst3k
......but why???? Lol
The goggles, etc
It needs more tentacles.
I was about to take Girlie out for a Pizza....
...forget that now, after watching that...Think I'll 'aim' for a curry.
Technology that's actually useful!
Jupiter jubs jiggle joyously
Jupiter jubs jiggle joyously!
It makes more sense than that video ever will ;)
Seriously though, doesn't every webcam already ship with something like this?
There is something a little bit wrong
about watching two guys standing in a room with a smug technological look on their faces as they calmly play with one anothers virtual breasts
Sounds like an ordinary day on Second Life to me...
Next they will have bras on their heads and hook up a Barbie doll. Result: Kelly Le Brock
*Now* I understand why it's often referred to as "YouBoob".....
As a native Bulgarian I just keep wandering ...
What the f..ck the word Bulgarian has to do with the word airbag ... And regarding this article how-does this relate to Bulgaria !?
Please enlighten me !
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