Apple Checks Out CyberExtruder
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The Apple games site has posted an article featuring CyberExtruder, the application that gives you the power to put yourself inside your games. With just a few easy steps, you can turn a 2D picture of your face into a 3D skin that can be used in games such as The Sims, iPuppet presents: Colin's Classic Cards, Unreal Tournament, and Quake III Arena.
Here's a snippet from the article:
Frag your friends in Return to Castle Wolfenstein with a character that looks just like you. Upload your best poker face in Colinís Classic Cards and bluff your pals. Stick your face on your favorite Sims character and throw a house party or go on a hot date. You can even become Max Payne himself, once the game is released for the Mac this spring. Be sure to check out the rest of the article at the Apple games site.
CyberExtruder Feature at Apple Games
The possibilities are almost endless, and CyberExtruder is working hard to bring their technology to many more titles this year.
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