3D scanning & printing used to make weird soft robotic masks that display your emotions in colorful bubbles

3D scanning & printing used to make weird soft robotic masks that display your emotions in colorful bubbles

Masters students at London’s Bartlett School of Architecture have used 3D scanning and 3D printing to create weird soft robotic silicone masks that respond to facial expressions with bubbling colorful fluids. A lot of the time, we can tell how other people are feeling by looking at their facial expressions. Frown lines can indicate worry or anxiety, a smile is a surefire indicator of happiness, while a gaping mouth can often indicate confusion. But what if we saw emotions in a completely different way, entirely removed from the human facial features that now appear so natural to us? For […]

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