Imagine walking through a forest and seeing just a glimpse of these invisible figures! They’re the creative work of artist Rob Mulholland, who makes these sculptures out of mirrored Perspex (or acrylic glass). It has been called the Predator effect after the 1987 film where an alien life form seamlessly blends into its background. Mulholland has previously installed these chameleon-like figures in the woods around Alloa, Loch Ard and the David Marshall Lodge in Scotland.
Mulholland told BBC Scotland that the key to the effect was creating a distorted reflection. “It alters reality, one moment you see them and the next moment they blend in. There’s an ambiguity to it - it doesn’t answer all the questions.”
Oh hohoho that’s creepy ._____.
la selva se lo llevó
Totally cool, and would also freak me the fuck out if I caught one out of the corner of my eye
OH MY GOD I WOULD CRY! I WOULD CRY AND SCREAM AND RUN!
… So this is what would happen if the Weeping Angels were glass, not stone.
Quantic Dream’s ‘Kara’ Tech Demo Will Have You Tripping Over Your Jaw
Let me get it out of the way: this footage is fucking extraordinary.
If you were under the impression Quantic Dream’s Heavy Rain pushed graphical boundaries, witness the developer knock them right down. While the video above may seem like it could be toting the next generation’s capabilities, Kara is actually rendered on the PlayStation 3, in real time no less, to showcase the developer’s new way of animating virtual performances. The results blow reality-striving titles such as L.A. Noire out of the water.
Quantic Dream’s creative tour de force and founder, David Cage, states Kara came about after a want to present a cohesive animated performance that left behind the tried and true tradition of mo-capping performers and recording voice actors separately. “We wanted to do what Avatar did by having one full performance where we capture everything at the same time,” says Cage. “We wanted to demonstrate these new performance capture techniques and the new engine before going into production, so we developed a short showcase that would allow us to test these ideas and technologies.”
But Kara is not a new game from the developer nor a new character or story backdrop. Think of Kara as a short film that shows us what Quantic Dream can do with this new engine. And, of course, Kara also serves the purpose of making us wonder what Quantic Dream could do.
This seriously made me shiver.
Quantic Dream is an outstanding game developer. I hope they do at least a remake of their first masterpiece The Nomad Soul one day.
Finally, someone who remembers the Nomad Soul. Great, fantastic game.
omg this is too perfect
THANK YOU SO FUCKING MUCH
WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO THE SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE?
Would you look at this. Some people need to not be cunts and realize that this is the internet. It’ll be okay.
Oh and no one likes your dumb face. Just your tattoos. They’re pretty cool.
oh thats probably the reason all the gifs of my face get over 1000notes and yours get.. oh wait, zero notes. I think someone is very jealous here :) <3
oh and thank you for reposting and reblogging my “dumb” face lol kinda stupid to say someone has a dumb face but try to get attention by reposting it, no?
I’d bang her. Not because of her tattoos, but because of her face! :3
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Because I did say I’d make some KP Gifs for winterparadox. It was obvious I’d go for Kigo ;D
Not a fuck was given. I will go down with this god damn ship.
Can I go down with you?
Originally from Yamino
STOP EVERYTHING. THIS IS PERFECT.
“I was 13. I liked books, puzzles, and Julie Andrews.”
I was 13. I liked women, and Kate Bush, and Camille Saint-Saëns.
I was 13. I liked women, Evanescence and Gabriel Knight.
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