Inspired by Japanese face masks, this tool opens up a dynamic possibilities for entertainment

From pocket projectors to interactive projectors for kids, the projector as a digital tool continues to evolve. With technology like real-time facial tracking, the projector will only continue to extend its capabilities both on a functional and visual level. Nobumichi Asai‘s Omote is proof of this. The work is a series visually stunning images projected onto a model; as her face moves, it gets continually transformed by the projector.

Asai explains more about the project on his website, specifically the similarity between the project and Japanese masks:

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