Our results are nearly indistinguishable from the real video

From Forget DeepFakes, Deep Video Portraits are way better (and worse) | TechCrunch

Deep Video Portraits is the title of a paper submitted for consideration this August at SIGGRAPH; it describes an improved technique for reproducing the motions, facial expressions, and speech movements of one person using the face of another.

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There’s no way to make a person do something or make an expression that’s too far from what they do on camera, though. For instance, the system can’t synthesize a big grin if the person is looking sour the whole time (though it might try and fail hilariously). And naturally there are all kinds of little bugs and artifacts. So for now the hijinks are limited.

Astounding results. You must watch the video.

Now, what happens if this video editing happens in real time to alter the reality perceived through AR glasses? For example, the ones a soldier might use.