"If you can type, you can make movies"

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A cool web app at xtranormal.com lets you take a script, assign it to a character, voice, and setting, and have the Lego-like character read it.

For a test, I had this Australian fellow with the cowboy hat read the North Carolina guidebook excerpt about the Self-Kick-in-the-Pants machine from the previous entry:

The air quotes are a nice touch.

MORE: In the comments, Mick links to the xtranormal version of Leon Russell's "Home Sweet Oklahoma".

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Yogi Author Profile Page said:

This is one of the most amazing things I've seen in a while.

Mick said:

Here's an homage to Leon Russell:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUXxlS_iaXk

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