Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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record those laugh lines as they occur
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This is more art concept than invention but...

Setup a chair, chin rest (like at optometrists) and camera. Take still shot photo of your face. Repeat once a week for 10 years. Place images as sequential frames to movie short. Watch yourself, your children, dog, etc, age through time... wow!

Feeling a bit glum? Set frames in reverse, move back through time to a younger you.

Also good to see if that $89 moisturizer is actually doing anything.

Zuzu, Nov 03 2005

Cheap Shot Recreation Cheap_20Shot_20Recreation
Courtesy of [half], and possibly my anno Curry was thinking of. [Shz, Nov 03 2005]

I think it may have been this. One of [JesusHChrist]s Time-lapse_20human_20growth_20project
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Nov 04 2005]

Or maybe this one Temporal_20Photography
[DrCurry, Nov 04 2005]


       Someone has done this, recording his family's faces as they grew up. Can't remember who, tho.   

       I think I'd find it very depressing.
DrCurry, Nov 03 2005

       [half], I believe. :)
Shz, Nov 03 2005

       You would have to have a very structured and predictable and otherwise boring life to be able to consistently do this every week for 10 years. Besides, they have age progression software that does this for you.
Jscotty, Nov 04 2005

       "And it wouldn't take that long" - um, ten years? I don't know you, but I have a train to catch!
DrCurry, Nov 04 2005


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