What’s Next? Upload Storyboard, and Download Free Video?

Some Chinese students developed PhotoSketch, which turns a doodle into a composite photo (via Creativity Online).

Want a bear standing on a house with a child? Just sketch them out, and the program takes care of the rest.

Here’s the video about the site, which appears so popular it’s not available…

10 Replies to “What’s Next? Upload Storyboard, and Download Free Video?”

  1. It’s amazing how they can make a cool program seem totally painful and boring in a video.

    I took a great dump this morning. Kevin… you should be jealous.

  2. @5 Let me set the scene for you.

    I woke up at 10:30 and had french toast and strawberries for breakfast. I was catching up on the news… the Daily Show and the Colbert Report. Jenn came over to tell me about how bad her dog needed a bath. She handed him to me and said “Here, smell him. He stinks!”

    I decided to have my morning smoke and then it hit me! I knew at that point that my morning poop was going to be a beauty. I made my way to the NutCheese shrine (aka. my toilet). I sat down and grabbed my Maxim Magazine. Before I even opened it I felt a sense of relief coming from my bowels. I knew it was a good one, but I had to take a look. Oh man, it was more beautiful than I could have ever imagined! It was long and perfectly shaped. I wanted to share it with the world, but at the same time it was something that I wanted to keep all for myself. I decided to not take a picture, because I knew people couldn’t appreciate the true beauty, so I wasn’t going to waste it on them.

    As I flushed the toilet a tear came to my eye. At this point I’m grieving the loss, but savoring the precious memories.

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