Human Uber Is Here — and It Doesn't Require You to Do a Thing | 22 Words

Human Uber Is Here — and It Doesn’t Require You to Do a Thing

new and experimental concept referred to as the "human uber" gives new meaning to the phrase 'living vicariously through someone else.' Japanese researchers have developed a type of screen which, when strapped to a person's head, essentially allows them to act as someone else's body. The technology is called ChameleonMask; through it, users can more or less FaceTime through life. The 'surrogate' wearing a screen goes out into the world and the user, watching through a camera, remains behind.

 

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