Friday, January 29, 2016

"Face swap live" app

So I blogged about this face stealer app (that was hard to find because it's chinese):

There's a new app recently got released which not only let's you face swap, it let's you do 2 faces at the same time (and live), so your fantasy of seeing your face on a woman's body in real time can finally come true.  Also this adds the ability to make mouth movements and slight eyebrow movements which the face stealer app didn't handle:

Available on IOS only at the moment

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

fashion show, or tech presentation?

This show never looks funny (and it isn't), but this skit was interesting.  He thinks he's modeling clothing for a fashion show, and then realizes he's being thrown into a powerpoint presentation.  Awkward on level 99

Thursday, December 10, 2015

The simpsons - groundskeeper willie plays a hooters girl

The episode was about proving one of the female scientists of springfield who was put into a mental hospital for being too smart for a girl, and how she invented something that would prove to the world that women can be smart, so Lisa convinces willie to dig up an artifact in the basement of a parody hooters restaurant.  It ends up being a quilting loom that solves math problems.

Thursday, December 3, 2015

changing into a girl journal

Every fantasy always describes how the body changes, how they're feeling, etc.  One thing I don't think that has really been explored is handwriting.  We don't think about this much because often this can be fairly androgynous.  I remember in school there was one girl that had super feminine handwriting.  So much so that she'd often use pink or purple ink even though the teachers insisted on using black or blue ink.  So I thought what if someone kept a journal and talked about how they're freaking out, but at the same time their handwriting begins to change?

Monday, November 23, 2015

Adele - SNL calms down thanksgiving guests

This was quite an enjoyable skit.  It's making the joke that everyone loves Adele, and it's all you need to calm a family down talking about hot issue topics.  But they go one further and slowly transform everyone at the table into Adele in her Hello video, even the guys.


Wednesday, November 18, 2015

TED talk: drag

I have to give (S)heplacements for posting this video:

Ted talks in general are wonderful to listen to.  A nice short 10-20 minute speech that's very well written, and can be a topic about almost anything (but is always inciteful).  It's mostly about how we all dress up as people we aren't really (but are trying to impress others).  Also talks about how those of us in the closet are really living a lie.  To some degree I agree with that, but the desires vary greatly.  There is always a risk / reward to all choices in life.  She's really brave at the end, taking off her dress, wig, and makeup on stage.

I also found this gem:

It's similar thinking, but focusing on making drag more fluent and more normal.  Specifically, it talks about an event in the UK called "sink in the pink" which is a party for the LGBT group, but it also tries to mix in non LGBT people to get those that are on the fence to cross over (even helping some of them to dress up in drag if they desire).