Japanese company creates human photocopierOctober 13th, 2011 - 6:07 pm ICT by IANS
London, Oct 13 (IANS) Japanese start-up company ‘Real-f’ creates an ultra realistic mask of your face by clicking its still images.
Masks made by Real-f, which describes itself as a ‘human photocopier’, are easily the most realistic in the market. The company claims you can see blood vessels and details such as irises.
“We have progressed from monochrome to colour; now is the era of the 3D stereoscopic effect,” the company says, reports the Daily Mail.
The one thing Real-f fails to address is what the point of it all might be — except to suggest that you could put the ‘head’ model (about twice the price of a mask) on top of a mannequin.
Whatever you use them for, expect to wait two weeks for delivery. You can see more pictures on Real-f’s Facebook page.
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