New 3D printed mask allows for you to pass for someone else and thwart surveillance cameras from identifying you. May 12 2014, 0 Comments

The Chicago based URME surveillance is making a 3D printed mask that is aimed at fooling surveillance cameras of your identity so people can feel free to go outside and not work about camera tracking their every move. The mask is modeled after the owner of the company Leo Selvaggio so when you wear the mask the surveillance cameras will be tracking him instead of you.


"The 3D-printed resin mask, made from a 3D scan of Selvaggio's face and manufactured by, renders his features and skin tone with surprising realism, though the eyes peeping out from the eye holes do lend a certain creepiness to the look."