Facial recognition software FaceRig will allow you to transfer your facial expressions onto Octodad using your webcam.
FaceRig launched an Indiegogo campaign earlier this year where it raised $307,015 (well over its $120K goal), so the company decided to reach out to game developers to find licensed characters to demonstrate the tech with.
Octodad: Dadliest Catch developer Young Horses was among the first to reply to this query and so FaceRig has released a video adapting one of its developers into everyone's favourite undercover octopus. FaceRig noted that this Octodad avatar is the same poly-count as the model used in the game "for authenticity".
FaceRig is still in development and the beta for its Classic and Pro versions is due this August while a fancier Studio version is expected to follow in 2015.