DeepWarp: Changing the Gaze of an Image

So you’ve taken what would be the perfect group picture, except that Uncle Roy is staring at your sister-in-law’s bosom. A new technology called DeepWarp can change that part without making Roy look unnatural.

In this work, we consider the task of generating highly-realistic images of a given face with a redirected gaze. We treat this problem as a specific instance of conditional image generation, and suggest a new deep architecture that can handle this task very well as revealed by numerical comparison with prior art and a user study. Our deep architecture performs coarse-to-fine warping with an additional intensity correction of individual pixels. All these operations are performed in a feed-forward manner, and the parameters associated with different operations are learned jointly in the end-to-end fashion. After learning, the resulting neural network can synthesize images with manipulated gaze, while the redirection angle can be selected arbitrarily from a certain range and provided as an input to the network.

I didn’t understand any of that, but that’s not what’s important. What’s really interesting are the examples given on the project page. You can pull up any of 16 pictures of faces and move their eyes around. They can look you up and down, they can shift left and right right, or they can roll around. It’s a shame they can’t move independently of each other, but what you will see is creepy and funny enough as it is. -via Metafilter


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Soccer Balls on Demand for Kids in Brazil

The campaign by Brazilian cookie company Biscoitos Zezé is called "Be More Child." It places soccer balls in locked bins in the streets of Brazilian cities. Local kids have keys to the bins, so they can play soccer whenever they want. You can see more photos of the bins at Pop-Up City.


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Guy Wearing Dinosaur Onesie Edits Himself Into Photos Of Famous People

You know what every single photo taken of a celebrity is missing?

A dude wearing a dinosaur onesie while hanging out with said celeb, that's what, and since Lorenz Valentino owned a onesie and had the Photoshop skills he went to work editing himself into their photos.

Thanks to his skills, and his sweet onesie, Lorenz now hangs out with Macklemore, dates his dream Kardashian, err, Jenner, and poses like a sexy python ready to strike with his "longtime friend" Jennifer Lawrence.

No biggie, just another day in the imaginary life of a dino onesie wearing dude who just happens to be friends with virtually every famous face on the planet.

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Singapore Steet Food Makes Culinary History by Earning Michelin Stars

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To earn a star in the Michelin travel guide is a great victory for a restaurant. Since 1931, the company has secretly sampled and rated the finest restaurants in the world. Getting even just one is a mark of fame. 3 gives the establishment a reputation for the highest excellence.

And now, for the first time in its history, Michelin has awarded stars to street food stalls. A pair of stalls in Singapore has each earned a star. Reuters reports:

Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle and Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle made dining history on Thursday when they became the first street food stalls in the world to be awarded a star by Michelin as French critics revealed a Singapore guide of 29 establishments.

Singapore is the first Southeast Asian country and the fourth in Asia to be rated by the Michelin Guide. It has more than 100 open-air "hawker" centers and 6,000 stalls selling popular multi-ethnic meals.

-via Nothing to Do with Aborath


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A Cosmic Groaner

Redditor terrafarma lives on a small farm, so my guess is that he is responsible for this sign. If you don’t get the joke, you might want to listen to the song. If you get the joke, you’ll love the comment flammablepenguins left underneath.

When the celery is in the Seventh House

And arugula aligns with Mars

Then spinach will guide the planets

And turnips will steer the stars

This is the dawning of the Age of Asparagus

The Age of Asparagus

Asparagus! Asparagus!

Pumpkin and understanding

Sorrell and tomato abounding

No more gherkins or derisions

Golden living dreams of onions

Mystic shallot revelation

And the leeks true liberation

Asparagus, Asparagus

When the celery is in the Seventh House

And arugula aligns with Mars

Then spinach will guide the planets

And turnips will steer the stars

This is the dawning of the Age of Asparagus

The Age of Asparagus

Asparagus! Asparagus!

Let the sun shine, Let the sun shine in, The sun shine in

Let the sun shine, Let the sun shine in, The sun shine in…


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The Fresh Tank Engine of Sodor


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YouTube user marioboy22601 remixed Will Smith's famous introduction to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air with the theme music of Thomas  and Friends. It totally works! Thomas definitely should leave the mean tracks of Philly for a safer environment on Sodor.

I found this video at Boing Boing, which has links to other Thomas and Friends re-mixes, including the music of Biggie Smalls, Cypress Hill, and AC/DC.


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Blasters Are So Uncivilized - Slice 'Em With A Saber Instead!


Blasters are so Uncivilized by WinterWolfMedia

Just because you're fighting a war that spans the galaxy, just because you're a force of evil who uses the dark side of the force to kill those who dare to rebel against your Imperial policies, doesn't mean you have to act in an uncivilized manner. You should always try to maintain your dignity and composure no matter what the odds, so your warrior energy shines brightly like a star instead of merely flashing for a second like a blaster beam. Rebel or Empire, Jedi or Sith, you have to set a good example for the others and lead by example, meaning you should holster that blaster you cowboy you!

Keep your geeky wardrobe totally classy with this Blasters Are So Uncivilized t-shirt by WinterWolfMedia, it's the most efficient way to show your fellow fans how to keep it classy even when you're geeking out on your favorite sci-fi franchise.

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Clones of Cloned Sheep Aging Normally

Dolly the sheep was the world’s first cloned animal to survive to adulthood, while 277 other attempts failed. She was born 20 years ago, and lived for six and a half years. When she died of a not-uncommon sheep lung disease, there was some speculation that Dolly might have been suffering the effects of old age because she was cloned from a six-year-old sheep, or possibly that clones age differently from natural-born sheep. However, a few years later, Dolly’s cells were used to produce four more clones. Those clones were assessed at nine years and found to be aging normally and were as healthy as natural-born sheep of the same age. Michelle Kuepper of Research Gate talked to the study’s lead author Kevin Sinclair about Dolly, her clones, and the future of animal cloning. -via reddit

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People Who Got The Last Laugh With Their Hilarious Headstones

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Is it better to die with a smile on your face or get the last laugh? Both options can be seen as temporary, but when you get a funny slogan inscribed on your tombstone the laughs last forever.

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Everyone wants to leave their mark on this world, something to be remembered by, and for the dearly departed in this collection of Hilarious Headstones their mark sits just above their bones.

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Regardless of any posthumous plans you've made for your body you're most likely thinking about adding a funny headstone to the plan now, because a name and date is not enough to express who you were in life.

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The Man Engine

Monday in Tavistock, UK, a 33-foot man wearing a Cornish miner’s helmet woke up, waved to the crowd, and starting walking across Cornwall. He is the Man Engine, and he’ll be walking or crawling a 130-mile route for two weeks until he reaches the Geevor Tin Mine on August 6th. Along the way, he’ll stop at all ten Cornish Mining World Heritage Sites to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the mines’ designation.

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The Man Engine is powered by heavy equipment behind and controlled by puppeteers with cables. You can follow the Man Engine’s progress at Facebook. -via Arbroath 


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When The Boss Institutes A Strict Dress Code, Start Cosplaying At Work

Office dress codes are a real drag, even with Casual Fridays, but employees who want to keep their jobs are forced to dress accordingly...or are they?

If you go by the experiences of June J Rivas then dress codes don't mean a thing, because when her boss instituted a severe and illegal dress code she replied by cosplaying to work.

June feels the new dress code is aimed directly at her and has filed complaints, but in the meantime she's having fun putting “work cosplay” outfits together which technically conform to the new dress code.

Cosplayers tend to be a mighty creative bunch, so if this dress code battle grinds on for a while June is going to make her boss wish she'd never had a problem with the way June used to dress!

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Dog Fetches Brother


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When Derick Duffner wants the presence of his dog Jack, he doesn't call for him. He asks his other dog, Luke, to fetch him.

They could walk each other like this.

-via Blame It on the Voices

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Where Our Food Crops Come From

The International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) conducted a vast study of global agriculture and how foods that originated in one region ended up sustaining different regions, both by exported agriculture and by exported food. Part of that study is a map that shows where those foods were once native plants. At the site, the map is interactive and at the top of the page you’ll find links to information specific regions and links to broader articles about the findings. You could end up spending the rest of the week learning about global food systems. -via Digg   

(Image credit: Colin K. Khoury, Harold A. Achicanoy, Carlos Navarro-Racines, Steven Sotelo, and Andy Jarvis)


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A Supercut Tribute To The Greatest T-Shirts In Film History

Filmmakers use the production's wardrobe and costumes to help tell their story, which is why they adore slogan t-shirts- because nothing gives a character instant attitude like a tee.

From rude to radical, totally hilarious to merely setting the scene, t-shirts are now used as a cheap and easy way to add visual appeal to a film.

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Robert Jones and Brett Roberts clipped together the first supercut of The Greatest T-Shirts In Film, then Travis Greenwood teamed up with the duo to create the far more complete Part 2, now with over 100 entries!

And as you know the NeatoShop has thousands of incredibly cool t-shirts in stock, including many slogan tees from your favorite movies, so check out the NeatoShop for tees that'll make you look like a million bucks!

-Via mental_floss


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The Stretch Batmobile and Other Crazy Limousines

The definition of a limousine is a hired car with a driver, but in practical usage the word means a luxury ride for showing off. Nothing says “Look at me!” like a car that’s so long it has trouble making a turn, or looks like a Brinks truck with a fully-stocked bar. And some limousines incorporate the look of fictional vehicles, like the Batmobile limousine:

Few people don’t know what the Batmobile from Tim Burton’s Batman movie series looks like, whether they’re a DC Comics fan or not. The iconic ride has become an important part of the Batman franchise, and a super fan decided to build a limo version of it in 2012. It looks every bit the part on the outside, and inside the Batmobile limousine has a V8 Corvette jet engine. Creating such an amazing recreation of one of the most recognized cars in the world wasn’t cheap, and the project cost over $4 million.

But it’s far from the most expensive car in the list. You’ll also see a limousine that resemble an airplanes, a gold-covered car, armored security limousines, a ridiculously long stretch, and more in a list of the 10 Most Over the Top Limousines in the World at Money Inc.


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Conan Patrols Comic-Con In His Superhero Suit

A true #American hero. #SDCC #ConanCon

A photo posted by CONAN (@teamcoco) on Jul 22, 2016 at 4:43pm PDT

Conan O'Brien has made it his mission to conquer Comic-Con ever since his show moved to L.A., so now we have show tapings and exclusive figures to look forward to at the event each year.

And when Conan hits the Con he hits it hard, bringing some of his patently unpredictable Coco magic with him, this time in the form of a super suit custom made for his bod by Ironhead Studio.

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Conan claims the suit is anatomically correct, but I think he stuffed his codpiece.

-Via Laughing Squid


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Cats' Reactions to Owners

The following is an article from The Annals of Improbable Research, now in all-pdf form. Get a subscription now for only $25 a year!

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compiled by Dirk Manley, Improbable Research staff

Cats Recognize (But Don’t Always Respond to) Owners’ Voices
“Vocal Recognition of Owners by Domestic Cats (Felis catus),” Atsuko Saito and Kazutaka Shinozuka, Animal Cognition, vol. 16, no. 4, July 2013, pp. 685-690. The authors, at the University of Tokyo, report:

We studied 20 domestic cats to investigate whether they could recognize their owners by using voices that called out the subjects’ names, with a habituation–dishabituation method. While the owner was out of the cat’s sight, we played three different strangers’ voices serially, followed by the owner’s voice. We recorded the cat’s reactions to the voices and categorized them into six behavioral categories. In addition, ten naive raters rated the cats’ response magnitudes. The cats responded to human voices not by communicative behavior (vocalization and tail movement), but by orienting behavior (ear movement and head movement). This tendency did not change even when they were called by their owners. Of the 20 cats, 15 demonstrated a lower response magnitude to the third voice than to the first voice. These habituated cats showed a significant rebound in response to the subsequent presentation of their owners’ voices. This result indicates that cats are able to use vocal cues alone to distinguish between humans.

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Meat Controlled Carldroid - Watch Out For The Food Monsters Living Next Door


Meat Controlled Carldroid by pigboom

My name is...wait, what's my name again? I can't seem to think of it, on account of the mind control thingamajigie that fry man used on my noggin'. Wasn't it something like Marl or Garl? Is that even a name? There was some kind of aqua monster with the fry man too, a giant shake man with flipper arms who called himself master and claimed to be part of a hunger squad. It's starting to come back to me, those food monsters were my neighbors, this pile of meat using me like a robot is named Meatwad, and he just finished watching those old teen turtles cartoons...Aaaack! There's a food monster riding around inside of me, and not the good kind!

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The First Political Conventions on Live TV

The Democratic National Convention is going on this week in Philadelphia, which brings to mind the conventions of 1948. Three major parties held their conventions in Philadelphia that year, and there was something new and special happening that year: the presence of TV cameras. It was the first year that the Republican and Democratic conventions were televised. There was a relatively small audience, since few people had TV sets, but the spectacle of the broadcast made the entire convention ritual different.   

So, what, exactly, did viewers see? A lot of sweat, for one thing. The Philadelphia conventions that year were the last time political conventions were held in a venue that didn't have air-conditioning. And in video of Truman's speech at the convention, convention-goers are seen getting creative in how they fanned themselves, many using what appeared to be programs, mostly in vain.

On stage, things were considerably worse, mostly because of the lights. If the convention was to be televised, networks told convention organizers, the dais would need to be lit up. And, because of the primitive camera technology of 1948, that meant highly lit up. As a consequence, convention speakers, many of whom could be seen with visible sweat stains, probably had it the worst of anyone. (Their wives, sitting behind them, didn't have it much better.)

Of course, that changed everything forever. Not only did air conditioning debut at the next political conventions, there was also makeup, staging, and meticulous planning to make the television broadcast acceptable to viewers. Read about the clash of the old ways and the how television change politics at Atlas Obscura.


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The Smithsonian Is Hiring a Beer Historian


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And you should apply! It requires not just an appreciation for beer, but a rich understanding of its roles and development in American history. The Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC wants a beer scholar on staff to explore and explain beer in American life. The Washington City Paper quotes curator Paula Johnson:

"We have collected food history for many years, so when we were doing the research for the exhibition, which is all about big changes in the post WW II era in how and what we eat, one thing we were curious about is the craft beer movement," Johnson says. "We were looking at wine, coffee, cheese, artisanal bread, and farmers markets. Well, this movement with small-scale, local regional beer is part of the ethos."

You can read the official job posting here.

-via Stephen Green


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An Orthotic Boot for Purps the Penguin

Yellow Purple the penguin (Purps for short) lives at Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut. She injured her foot and needed help with her mobility, so the aquarium staff enlisted the help of the ACT Group/3D Systems and a local middle school. They all worked together to design and 3D print a boot to help Purps get around while she heals.

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See the video about how the boot was made at Laughing Squid.

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Guardians of the Galaxy Characters Will Appear on NASA Mission Patch

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Yes, that's Groot and Rocket Raccoon in this official NASA patch. It will represent all of the science missions of the US National Laboratory on board the International Space Station during 2016. The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) worked with Marvel artist Juan Doe to develop the design. Space.com reports:

"A major mission for us here at CASIS is to find unique and innovative ways to bring notoriety to the International Space Station National Laboratory and the research that is being conducted," stated Ken Shields, CASIS's operations and educational opportunities director. "There are very few brands in the world who have as large an impact as Marvel and we are thrilled to partner with them on this project."

-via Stephen Green


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Golf Cart Jetpack


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Why drive around obstacles when you can fly over them? Golf master Bubba Watson hopes that jetpacks will replace old fashioned 4-wheeled golf carts. Recently, he learned how to fly at Martin P12 jetpack and used it to fly from hole to hole on a golf course. With a 3,000-foot high ceiling and a maximum speed of 46 MPH, he was able to move quickly.

Aside from being a quick form of transportation, Watson says that it offers golfers a tactical advantage over their competitors. They can see the lay of a course from high above, making the game a more 3-dimensional experience. 

-via Telegraph


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R.I.P. Marni Nixon

You might not know the name Marni Nixon, but you know her voice. Nixon was a singer, actress, author, and music professor, with an extensive filmography. The strange part of her film career is that she was often uncredited. Nixon sang the songs that made other actresses famous

Classically trained, Ms. Nixon was throughout the 1950s and ’60s the unseen — and usually uncredited — singing voice of the stars in a spate of celebrated Hollywood films. She dubbed Deborah Kerr in “The King and I,” Natalie Wood in “West Side Story” and Audrey Hepburn in “My Fair Lady,” among many others.

Her other covert outings included singing for Jeanne Crain in “Cheaper by the Dozen,” Janet Leigh in “Pepe” and Ida Lupino in “Jennifer.” “The ghostess with the mostest,” the newspapers called her, a description that eventually began to rankle.

While these musicals went on to win multiple Academy Awards, Nixon was under contract to keep her involvement a secret, which bothered her more and more as time went on. She eventually vowed to never sing in secret again. It’s Nixon’s voice you hear in these songs, courtesy of Metafilter:

Ms. Nixon died of breast cancer in Manhattan on Sunday. She was 86.

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Baby Horse Demands Butt Scratches


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This little filly knows what's good: butt scratches. And if you don't deliver them, she'll take them from you. She's got attitude.

-via Tastefully Offensive

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Organic

To be honest, this scenario could apply to anyone with a diet designed to make them appear superior to the rest of us common folk. You might know someone who is vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free by choice, grain-free, sugar-free, paleo, or all-natural, and won’t hesitate to make you feel awful about your inferior food choices.

The attitude makes all the difference. A relative offered me a soda pop once, and I replied that I don’t drink soda. She asked why not, and I said my teeth are too sensitive for cold drinks. That put her right at ease, because it let her know I wasn’t going to lecture her about her soda habit. To each his own. This is the latest from Sarah Andersen.


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Surreal And Mesmerizing GIFs By Sam Cannon

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GIFs are a visual gift to the Users of the Internet, a mini cinematic present for our eyeballs to unwrap in a few seconds flat, but I can't decide if the GIFs created by Sam Cannon are given out of joy or spite.

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Sam's mesmerizing and disturbing GIFs can be subtly creepy, extremely whimsical or both, and viewers may find it hard to tear their eyes away from these GIFs even when the subject keeps sending chills down their spine with a stare.

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Dead pool vs. Comic Con

Get ready for mischief when Deadpool is around! D-Piddy attended Comic Con again this year as Deadpool, in order to stir up trouble!

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All skits on the convention floor were set up with the other cosplayers, and there was no contact without consent. However, just like the Deadpool movie, some scenes are not for children. -via Tastefully Offensive


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The Adventures Of He-Man - Mystery Of The Gray Skull


The Adventures Of He-Man by markwelser

Prince Adam is a lazy lout who totally sponges off the kingdom and doesn't accomplish anything, but his heroic alter ego He-Man is a mighty force for good in the universe who can't wait to spring into action. He goes out in search of mystery, seeking danger and adventure like a boy master detective who has been hitting the gym eight hours a day, and boy does He ever find all the adventure he can handle and more! Luckily his sword is as sharp as his mind, and by solving the Skeletor cases he is freeing the people from that evil skull-faced creep.

It's no mystery why this The Adventures Of He-Man t-shirt by markwelser is so great- it's one mighty cool looking cartoon mashup!

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Pikachurro

The Loop is a churro bakery in Westminster, California. It's noted for its long, looped churros, often covered with toppings, such as Fruity Pebbles and chocolate, and served with ice cream.

To promote the Poké Stop at their restaurant, team member Ngoc made this churro concoction shaped like Pikachu.

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