People usually take selfies when they think they're looking good, showing off their look on social media to get likes which make them feel good, but what kind of selfie do you take when you feel invisible?
That's where Japanese app developer Kazuya Noshiro comes in, because he's working on an app that uses the iPhone X's face-tracking capabilities to create a therm-optic camouflage effect, rendering your face erased:
The brief, ten-second video shows Noshiro moving his transparent face around to reveal the contents of his home through his head. The effect is like a creepy, see-through beauty mask — similar to Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak. According to Noshiro’s tweets, the app was made on game development platform Unity, and uses a fixed camera position to shoot a background in order to create the illusion.
iPhoneXで顔だけ光学迷彩っぽくなるやつできた pic.twitter.com/aPXJcHi8Y4— のしぷ (@noshipu) December 27, 2017
-Via The Verge