Crave Ep. 114: Meet Zoe, a virtual talking head with emotions

A new virtual talking head can express emotions. You just know she'll cry tears of joy at her wedding led by a Jedi.


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Researchers at Cambridge University have created a virtual talking head that expresses emotions and someday might be your personal assistant and a shoulder to cry on. Scotland may pass a law allowing Jedi to officiate at weddings. And the Image Toaster prints pictures from the headlines on your toast, making breakfast a whole lot more enjoyable. This, and more, on Crave.

Crave stories:

- Virtual talking head expresses human emotions

- Image Toaster prints headline images on your bread

- Scientists briefly revive extinct frog from dead cells

- EA lists free games as apology for SimCity launch mess

- Creepiest app ever lets you wear another's face

- Jedi in Scotland may soon perform marriages

- Voyager 1 has left the solar system, 35 years after launch

- Intel reveals what happens in a single Internet minute

- The Seaboard reinvents the synthesizer

- Crave giveaway: CNET swag that's worth a brag

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