- 27 December 2013
- by Gregory Burkart
The designer of this morphing mirror claims it can cheer people up... but frankly, it's making us feel really uncomfortable. Image: Slate.com Originally developed as a virtual reality tool, the “mirror” is actually a computer-controlled camera and monitor combination. It captures a real-time high resolution image of the subject, which is then digitally altered to put an artificial smile on their face. The whole concept sounds kinda creepy to begin with, but it's even more unsettling when you watch it in action... as you'll see in this video from Slate.com:
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