The lights are on
The face-scanning technology of 2011's L.A. Noire will always be a little surreal, and seeing it put to use in the context of a gag reel is even stranger.
The video below comes from Depth Analysis, the company that created the face scanning technology used in L.A. Noire. The YouTube version of the video was provided by user lessdan, who was nice enough to mirror the video from Depth Analysis' website, which is currently struggling under the weight of many visitors, thanks to Reddit pointing the Internet towards the video.
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that is one scary picture
The one with the tongue was priceless.
That was hilarious.
This. Is. Brilliant!
Bahahahahaha that last one was hilarious!!
This stuff is really funny. It IS weird seeing these people make bloopers. I guess that it's weird because I don't think anyone laughed or smiled once in that game.
Bahaha, just goes to show you how awesome the technology is.
That's great. Makes it seem more like a movie than a videogame
Man this was a great game. Too bad about Team Bondi...
Lol xD what in the world, I wanna see other games face bloopers, like Assassin's Creed : 3