Creative genius Mark Grober designed digital Halloween costumes that will surely disturb and haunt you and your friends. These costumes take design to another level by using lifelike moving images, neatly placed in the according costume, to trick and fool people into believing they're real.
For example, a digital reel of a googly eye can make the creepy face on your t-shirt come to life. An animated, bulging heart can trick strangers into thinking you just ran out from open-heart surgery. The costumes have so much detail, and without the explanation of how they work, no one will be able to tell fiction from reality.
Getting down to the science behind it, the app called 'Digital Dudz' allows smartphone users to download and choose a moving image. Users can then match up the phone with the corresponding shirt that already has an open pocket for visibility to the screen.
The app is so advanced, it is even triggered by motion sensors from your phone. If someone puts their hand on your back, that bulging heart becomes captured by a hand and you can see guts being ripped out from inside. Mark Grober has over 17 digital Halloween costumes for you to choose from. Kick off this year with a costume that will make you the center of attention.
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