For my mask project, I created a strange, semi-translucent mask that turns you into some sort of alien insect.
When I was creating this mask, I was really interested in the idea of transparency, where I wanted to create a mask that masks your face, but doesn't remove all the underlying structure. The mask I created was taken from a Jello feature in Lens Studio, but distorted and transformed so that it would look more like a gas mask/face mask. I then applied a filter that gives the screen a smoky and grainy texture that works well with the translucent mask. I also added an eyeball, with the pupil being a shape of a face.
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My idea is to create a filter that requires collaborative effort from the user and the user’s pet. There are two objects in the 3D space where the Minecraft pig is fixated on the user’s head, and the duck moves along with the pig in space but it is further up front in the z direction. The goal was to have both the user and the pet move their head in the same directions at the same time, which I thought would be a small challenge but it turns out to be a big challenge. So that was that.
If you want to know how hard it is with a dog you can watch this chaotic video,