Mona Lisa just got cuter with the help of sticker picture machines. The sticker picture machines were originally developed by Persona developer Atlus in 1996 with the help of Sega.
One popular development, now 2010, is the skin blemishing and eye enlarging software. Large eyes are a standard tropes in Japanese games and anime and are viewed desirable for Japanese women.
Imagine having large eyes stuck on to Mona Lisa's face? Don't she look cuter? Japan Probe points out that skin whitening and larger eyes are not Japanese women trying to "look caucasian". White skin has been traditionally been a symbol of feminine beauty for hundreds of years. And large eyes make the face appear smaller.
Vibram shocked the world by bringing forth their Five Fingers shoes that felt as if we weren't wearing any to begin with. Now, they're using a traditional Japanese method of wrapping cloth to revolutionize the way people wear and fit into their shoes. Read more
This is a research project from Microsoft that turns ordinary mobile phones into 3D scanners. It doesn't require any additional hardware, and it results in 3D scans that are detailed enough for 3D printing or for use in augmented-reality games. Watch the amazing demo in the video below: Read more