The Autobiography of Jane Eyre: Several commentators described Jane's white suitcase shining from the dark background in episode 13 as particularly unnerving and really creepy, because it reminded them of a smiley face. Its handle looks like smiling lips and two dark dots served for its eyes, forming weird and constantly smiling Uncanny Valley face. Link to episode 13.
Cake Wrecks: Most of the attempts at making human-shaped cakes featured on Cake Wrecks. The infamous meatloaf baby is particularly horrifying. Or there is one cake shaped like human foot with sick-looking brown-yellowish crooked toe... It's advisable to have a bucket by yourself, or run to the bathroom.
Everything in this article. The 7 most unintentionally creepy places.
Cracked TV is hosted by Michael Swaim, a self-stated android who does absolutely nothing android-like, and therefore lands on the upward slope after Uncanny Valley, comfortably close to full-fledged human. His normal self is visible at the beginning of episode 15. Then, after the forty-five second mark, he slowly becomes more and more creepy (the first change was an innocuous pink bowtie). By the end, he's reached complete and utter terror incarnate.
Dancing Baby. A lowish-quality 3D animation from the 90s that features... well, a dancing baby.
Deviant ART users sometimes create 'bases', where one or more templates are posed in some way and can be easily modified by other users. That's nice... unless you draw it like this. Long story short, the 'templates' are deformed beyond anatomical reason, and have been the subject of much parody.
Evie(pictured above) really takes the cake. She's an A.I. that responds to what is typed into an empty space, and makes certain facial expressions depending on her mood. Not only are facial movements uncanny, her responses are almost always accurate. If her voice was any more realistic...
Extra Credits has mentioned the Uncanny Valley several times. First in an episode specifically about it, then revisited in a Halloween episode and again in an episode about Kinect's controls.
In Ilivais X, Iriana is meant to be at the very bottom of this. Mostly expressionless, very cold, looks like a monochrome walking loli corpse, can't ever die outside an energy source, gets off to being stabbed, etc. And she HATES it.
One of The Journal Entries describes an encounter that gave a Pendorian this effect. Set shortly after Pendor first contacts Earth, the story involves one of the diplomats attending a convention which has a large Furry contingent. One of the costumers has made a very careful study of the diplomat (apparently from news coverage) and produced a costume that looks exactly like her. If only the face wasn't so completely still...
The pictures of Frank the goat on Livejournal's 404 pages.
If you seriously think the baby in Junior looks creepy, these things look just plain ugly. Some people in the Furry Fandom often do this to make themselves look like their anthros...with highly unexpected results.
It's incredibly bad when people who have apparently never seen Avatar photoshop themselves to look like Na'vi.
A meme on FurAffinity encourages people to find a photograph an an animal and photoshop it into their character. Fortunately, most people participating in this simply recolor the picture and draw on cartoony looking clothes and accessories.
Photoshop Disasters features numerous examples of this. Strange, unnatural proportions; people with too many or too few limbs; misshapen body parts and so on and so forth.
The Nico Nico Douga "Home Haruka" meme is aaaall about this trope. (You'll need a Nico Nico account to see that video. If you don't have one... lucky you.)
A lot of things made with the MikuMikuDance software straddles the line between awesome and awesomely disturbing. What's especially fun is that the software can be used to make a model of just about anything. Case in point: this, a such video featuring Seto Kaiba. And if you're feeling especially brave, here's the same model, dancing to Black Rock Shooter. The creator even apologizes that she couldn't get the model's eyes to stop rolling back into its skull. Besides the eyes, the only creepy thing is that he is singing with a girl's voice.
Melancholic Princess, a digital painting done by an artist called Robert Chang developed cult status on YouTube because of this. It even spawned a series of urban myths. The original picture can be seen here.
Wights from Orion's Arm intentionally get as deep into the valley as they can.
There's a certain Youtube channel that warps photographs of poets to look like they're mouthing readings of their poems and creates these abominations. Here's a particularly freaky example, using an actual recording of Alfred Lord Tennyson reciting Charge of the Light Brigade.
For a long time in Red vs. Blue, the only character whose face we saw was Vic, who was an image capture from the first Halo game. Acceptable enough as he never looked particularly real. Then along comes Reconstruction which gives us the Councilor. A much, much more realistic looking character (same effect, only they used an image from a newer game and used more advanced effects when making his mouth move) but there's still something about the way his face stays alarmingly still while his features are moving... Director Church isn't nearly as bad, but they hardly ever show his entire face, and he does show more movement in his emotions. The Councilor, on the other hand, seems to be this way intentionally, with his deadpan voice and methodical speech pattern.
The picture on the right at about 4:40 in this video. Buh...
This Sporcle picture quiz. One of the comments even proclaimed, "Well, I'm going to have nightmares." It's a game where you have to guess celebrities whose photos have been manipulated so that they have manga-style eyes.
Memes surrounding Anonymous tend to feature this and Paranoia Fuel.
The ever loved, the original SCP-173. It...it's kinda vaguely humanoid...but that face. Staring at it is so hard, so awkward. You want to look away. You can't. You mustn't. You did—SNAP!
106 is already bad enough, what with looking like the rotting carcass of an old man...but, somehow, when he was young, despite being much less putrid, and a lot more human-looking, he was much, much worse.
Don't watch this at night alone. You were warned. It's called "Going to the Store", and features a computer-animated mannequin in some very weird poses. You might want to procure some Nightmare Retardant.
ThisZeldaFan Film contains the perfect storm of both Uncanny ValleyandOff Model, with Link looking like he had a bad head injury and Ganondorf looking shiny. The animation itself, while decently choreographed, is jerky and unnatural, and the awful lighting makes things even worse. Itssequels show little improvement, and the teaser for the next one features Fi (who already lacked proper eyes) with a misshapen head and her "Hair Hat" looking too realistic, and shots of horseback-riding that resembles someone riding a mechanical bull.
Virtual Eternity, a site where you can create your own "Intellitar" (intelligent avatar) using your photograph, voice, and even bits of your personally. However, the result is not exactly... natural. Click on the Intellitar Galleries or Intellitar Guide and you'll understand... *shudder*
This animator doesn't want her pizza to burn. Of note is at 1:40-1:50, where she does the worst animation of lip-licking you'll ever see.
This is a strange laughing puppet from Portsmouth, if you look closely, you can see the eyes moving...
Micheal from Vsauce mentions the trope when discussing why the typefont Comic Sans may be so hated by people. He speaks of it in this video around 6:18.
TV Tropes: From an advert on this very website: ◊ The dreaded FooPets.com ads. Never before have virtual pets run headlong into the valley like these ads. Just a warning to anyone curious, they become worse when animated.
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The blog You Are Not A Photographer regularly includes photos that qualify, due to hideously overzealous editing, airbrushing, and special effects by misguided would-be photo editors photoshopping their subjects beyond all recognition.
The aptly named "Creepy Girl" from the publishing website Cubocc, which can be found right here. To sum it all, it's interactive and always follows your mouse. As if that wasn't enough, much like with the original Melancolic Princess, there's been a myriad of urban legends sorrounding her.
Zappos.com ads you may see around the internet. Including this very site.