This video is the absolute truth, like Robert Anton Wilson said, ” never believe in anyone else’s bullsh*t” OR “Believe none of what you hear and only half of what you see” !!! With all the memes on Facebook and Twitter with “statistics” and audio etc. without the subject looking up the actual stats, or audio to see if it’s been said in real life, is absolutely absurd. Checkout the video below, it may open your eyes to the reality of how easy it is to manipulate music, sound, video and YOU….
We are daily being exposed to a steady diet of agenda-driven news media where even the most aware individual could be easily deceived as the propaganda machines of mainstream media and government sources continue to churn out what they want the masses to see.
If you’re still sitting there believing EVERYTHING you see on TV or on the internet or in magazines (dang! You can’t even believe that the person you’re looking at in a magazine hasn’t been altered in some way by some photo shop wizard),– If you still believe that everything you see and hear is true, then maybe this video can serve as an audio/visual smelling salt to stir you out of your media-induced coma.
Share this video with everyone you know…ESPECIALLY with those who buy into everything they see on TV!
We live in a day and age where neither seeing or hearing is necessarily believing. Computer animations, remastered digital recordings and scripted scenes in top-story sound bites and video clips or front page photos in newspaper and online publications seem so real…so believable. But the safe stance to take would be the stance of suspicion whenever anything is presented to you from the multinational or government sources.. And yes…this goes for anything on internet as well.media
Here’s what I’m getting at. Using facial capture and facial reenactment software, students at colleges are able to, in real time, create facial expressions and even insert audio to make you believe that individuals like world leaders are doing and saying things that they aren’t actually doing or saying.
This is how a Stanford website explains it, “We present a novel approach for real-time facial reenactment of a monocular target video sequence (e.g., Youtube video). The source sequence is also a monocular video stream, captured live with a commodity webcam. Our goal is to animate the facial expressions of the target video by a source actor and re-render the manipulated output video in a photo-realistic fashion.”
In other words the source (in this case a college student) projects the expressions of that student’s face upon the target, (in this case Arnold Shwarzennegger,or here with George Bush below )
or in this case with Vladamir Putin and Donald Trump ,Never believe everything you see and hear.Who doesn’t love blowing their own mind every once in a while? With the internet at your fingertips, you can even do it before breakfast.
The students face is warped onto the target’s face, making him look like his mouth is opened, or that he’s laughing or making any number of facial expressions.
Whilst the world might seem very simple on the surface – wake up, drink coffee, drive car, eat pizza, look both ways before crossing, try not to upset anyone too much, try to ignore the gnawing sense of existential angst (I know it’s not just me) – that existential angst has come from somewhere and it will, eventually, have to go somewhere.
We are steadily being fed a diet of agenda-driven news on a daily basis…
The Bush/Reporter clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=465Gz…