Neuro-Sensitive Foam Shows Your Expression In VR Before Your Face Does

Launched today, MASK is a foam-based insert that allows VR headset users to show emotion by reproducing their facial expressions through virtual avatars, and in real time (or technically, MindMaze says, slightly ahead of it). According to the company, the product is the first to employ biosignalling methods for translating human facial expressions, rather than the face-facing camera setups explored by Google and others.

A MindMaze employee takes MASK's emotion-capturing tech for a whirl.

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