thulfiqaar wrote:Allah's creations have souls, graphics don't. I still believe drawing faces etc. is halal (as long as it's not the face of a prophet or something), My father has some really good explanations about it. I may write an article about it at some point.
asfandyar wrote:I'm worried. This is getting to the point where it would be considered competing with Allah's creation... there is going to come a point where things are so close to Allah's creation that it will be considered immitating them. Currently graphics are unrealistic enough that some Ulemah have said it doesn't count as competing with Allah's creation because we can tell the difference.
Obviously there's a difference of opinion between the Ulemah, but it still worries me...
Mr. LAWRENCE WESCHLER (Writer, Wired Magazine): When they showed it to an audience of children, the children started crying and freaking out because there was something wrong.
YORK: That's Lawrence Weschler who wrote about this incident for Wired Magazine. It's true. The animators of "Shrek" were so good, so sophisticated, that they were scaring their intended audience. Why? The princess had fallen into what's known as the uncanny valley.
Mr. WESCHLER: Which was this notion by a Japanese roboticist named Masahiro Mori. The notion was that if you made a robot that was 50 percent lifelike, that was fantastic. If you made a robot that was 90 percent lifelike, that was fantastic. If you made it 95 percent lifelike, that was the best - oh, that was so great. If you made it 96 percent lifelike, it was a disaster. And the reason, essentially, is because a 95 percent lifelike robot is a robot that's incredibly lifelike. A 96 percent lifelike robot is a human being with something wrong.
YORK: Mori called it the uncanny valley, a play on Sigmund Freud's idea of the uncanny, something familiar and yet foreign at the same time.
saqib7 wrote:It will never compete with Allah creation because it still not real it doesn't follow laws of life like reproduce, eat, sleep and things like that. it is still not real flesh.
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