These hyper-realistic face masks are the optical illusions we didn't know we needed

Designer and entrepreneur Danielle Baskin says her new business, maskalike.com, is both ‘dystopian’ and ‘whimsical’ and could help with facial recognition for nursing home patients.
1:30 | 07/17/20

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Transcript for These hyper-realistic face masks are the optical illusions we didn't know we needed
While this product I definitely felt I'd spotted it more as lakes. Isn't it weird joke but I'm boards but on the Internet. It isn't like I'm Bally. And it's not it's not like it here has just here it's obvious thing you're wearing a map that looks like here is. But people are very. Idea. That's surprising thing about this is like all the people every Stastny. For example I've somebody you. Works in a nursing home and it. Summit there are recognizing that different numbers out its math they would no quit. Immediately and let them dealing. A spot relatively experienced exit where outside.

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