Impression focus towards the own experience with digital and analog masks. Two variations allow the user to self-experience masks in interaction.
The mask is a cube, displaying the Viola-Jones pattern of contrast, on its four sides. Through the use of material (punched cardboard), the user is capable to see its surrounding, but its facial expression stays hidden. The black and white areas show various transparencies.
An interface provides a video-chat, where the users face is being overlaid with the same pattern as shown on the cube. People can talk to others, being disguised and the pattern can be individually adjusted.