The iPhone X’s face-monitoring features range from supremely lovely to oh, that will be helpful. Now comes something really terrifying. A Eastern app developer named Kazuya Noshiro has tweeted a preview of an app he’s working on that camouflages a consumer’s face with the historical past (first spotted via Design Taxi). The brief, ten-2d video displays Noshiro transferring his transparent face round to reveal the contents of his home through his head.
The impact is like a creepy, see-through beauty masks — similar to Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak. according to Noshiro’s tweets, the app used to be made on sport development platform Solidarity, and makes use of a set camera position to shoot a history in order to create the semblance. There’s no phrase yet on when the app can be launched or what exactly it can be used for. However likelihood is that excellent that it’ll serve the same goal as some other shopper-targeted AR effort so far: novelty.
— のしぷ (@noshipu) December 27, 2017