If you're the manufacturer of a new sports bra, what's the best way to let people know about your product? If you answered "realistic computer generated nude bodies with user-assignable breast sizes and activity levels," you probably work for the UK company Shock Absorber. The Flash-based "Bounceometer" allows you to choose cup sizes from A to FF, and activity levels from "yoga" to "horseriding." You then see how computer-generated breasts fare — as unsupported nude, supported by normal bra, and supported by their sports bra. You can even turn on "wire frame" mode to see exactly how the parts of the body move around! Great fun for all, except the poor computer generated women who will inevitably end up needing computer generated surgery.
(Yes, I am aware that this was mentioned on BoingBoing last week.)