Facial Mapping And The Future Of Acting

Facial Mapping And The Future Of Acting

Tron Legacy's lead actor Jeff Bridges speaks about the technology used in his upcoming movie and its impact on films of the future.

Naresh Kumar
  • 30 november 2010

We have already written about Disney’s sci-fi sequel Tron: Legacy which is slated to be released next month. In an interview with the Daily Mail, the film’s lead actor Jeff Bridges (who also starred in the original almost 30 years ago and will now play opposite a younger version of himself) talks about the facial mapping technology used in the sequel and how this could allow him and other actors to simply produce a few expressions and let their digital versions do bulk of the acting work.

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