Mission Impossible Face Masks are Here! Well, Almost

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srcN8Ctvvs8&feature=player_embedded

This is the creepiest/coolest thing I’ve seen in a while. SPFX Masks has made the “face mask” which is a hyper-realistic rubberized mask that’s really does remind me of the ones found in Mission Impossible.

No, you’re not actually going to fool a whole lot of people into actually thinking you’re a giant bald dude with a mustache, as you are essentially the uncanny valley brought to life, but it is probably the most realistic mask I’ve ever seen on an actual human, and so I can say we are indeed making progress. I’ll be posing as the President of the United States in no time!



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  1. Raab July 6, 2010
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