Japan will sell masks that are almost indistinguishable from real faces

Japan is known for its specific entertainment. One of them was the use of masks, practically

indistinguishable from real human faces. Their sale in one of the local stores is scheduled for the very near future.

These masks were developed by a Japanese entrepreneurShuhei Okawara, reports The Japan Times. It was he who, using 3D printing technology, developed a three-dimensional face mask that allows him to transform into a stranger in a crowded place. For the prototype of the first mask, he used his own face.