This is a picture of Flickr user clickflashwhirr (links to all her portraits), who's taken a picture of herself in the exact same position for over 500 days. Then, artist/possible stalker Tiemen Rapati took those photos and combined them into a single one by "[counting] the individual RGB values for each pixel and for each portrait, and [dividing] those values by the number of portraits." So, in summary, clickflashwhirr is vain as f*** and Teimen is more than a little on the creepy side.
This Woman's Fake Face Is Made from 500 Faces [gizmodo]
Thanks to Eyecrusties, who -- are you trying to tell me I need to wash my face?!
This is a human-like Yoda head sculpture lovingly crafted from my nightmares by artist Andrea Eusebi. Damn, Yoda looked so loveable in the movies when he was green -- with a human complexion he just looks...like a grandpa with bad ears. If Michael Phelps were 900 years old th... / Continue →
Because scientists don't know when to stop despite some VERY heavily worded emails sent by yours truly, a group of researchers at the University of Arizona have developed a pair of "biologically accurate" humanoid legs that mimic the function and movement of real human legs, ju... / Continue →
Japanese firm (surprise, surprise) REAL-f will create an ULTRA-realistic copy of your face in mask form so you can...actually, I don't know why. This is just an all-around terrible idea. One Geekologie Writer's face is enough ugly for the world! Isn't it, Tiger? *cat throws... / Continue →