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  • Dish
  • 5 April 2017

Scientists at the University of Tokyo have created a projector that functions at incredibly high speeds - 1,000 frames per second, to be exact (which they claim is the fastest in the world!)

The projector is used in conjunction with a 3-D mapping system and sensor tracking, which gives the scientists the opportunity to change the look and aesthetics of people - or, in this case, performers - in real time.

This really cool video is called "INORI (prayer)". Over the minute-long work, the two dancers move through simple but effective choreography and are transformed into creepy skulls, clowns, and dolls. If you're feeling brave - check out the finished product below!