Thursday, December 29, 2011

Putting on a good face

Putting on a good face

Saving face?

Why am I not surprised that this was invented in Japan?

Halloween huh?
Amplifyd from
1. The disturbingly accurate mask of your own face 
A Japanese startup called REAL-f began selling "three-dimensional photo forms," or frighteningly realistic masks of human faces made from a chloride resin modeled on several photos of a person's face taken from a variety of angles and positions. (See some samples here.) If you have a spare $4,000, said Mariella Moon at Tecca, it's essentially "the best Halloween mask ever."

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