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November 13, 2011 AT 9:58 pm

Cat Mask Synchronized With Facial Muscle Movements Via Non-contact Interface

Cat Mask Synchronized With Facial Muscle Movements Via Non-contact Interface

A non-contact interface that can measure facial muscle movement has been developed by a research group at Toyko University. To demonstrate this technology they developed a prototype cat mask and synchronized the eye and mouth movements with that of the wearer.

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