lifecast

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

life +‎ cast

NounEdit

lifecast (plural lifecasts)

  1. (art) A three-dimensional copy of a living human body.
    • 2009 May 28, Jon Caramanica, “A Rapper With Celebrity but No Label”, New York Times:
      On rap Web sites, which abhor a vacuum, seemingly every move he’s made in recent months has been captured and archived in what has amounted to, essentially, a Drake lifecast: video footage and photographs of concerts, audio clips of radio interviews, endless personal and professional gossip and, oh, new songs to go with the two, “Best I Ever Had” and “Every Girl,” that have already become hits, before this Toronto rapper has even signed a recording contract.
    • 2013, Todd Debreceni, Special Makeup Effects for Stage and Screen
      When both lifecasts are completed, we will put the two molds together and reinforce the seam with plaster before we fill the mold []
Last modified on 19 June 2013, at 19:58