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Temperature-sensitive Face Paint for emotional projection control
Formerly "Opposite Mask" or "Unmask". Temperature-
sensitive Face Paint for emotional projection
Thanks to doctorremulac3 for the new title: Mood Makeup
Mood Makeup could be tweaked to hide emotion too by
making it so that when the face reddens the mood makup
turns bluer, and when the face
pales, turning redder, to hide
the change in color.
Opposite Mask was originally a mask that, rather than hide
your facial expression,
amplifies it by using temperature-sensitive face paint. The
would convert a slight reddening of the face to extreme red
a slight paling to extreme blue. Or it could be balanced in
middle so that it goes through a spectrum of colors. It would
like taking ownership of your emotions in public spaces.
Temperature-sensitive hair dye
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||This is one of those ideas that will be the next cosmetic big-thing... for whomever works out the FDA passing chemistry to do so. (+)
||Which would then be followed up by the version that you can control with your remote to project the message you want to convey.
||// to project the message you want to convey. //
||"I am so vain, stupid and self-obsessed that I'll daub this weird coloured goo on my face just to get attention" ?
||Well, thermochromic materials are WKTE ... so it could be done (in theory).
||This idea is actually both interesting and potentially feasible, if anyone wanted to fease it. [+]
||opposite purpose... maybe should be unmask
||Clever idea. Needs a new title though. [+] Mood
makeup or something.