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    Ever wanted to fool your co-workers into thinking that you're not actually a human, but a small cat? FaceRig lets you do that.
    There's a growing trend on streams, and YouTube shows where streamers use a 3D avatar, instead of themselves. The "Vtuber" phenomenon started with popular channels like , and vocaloid Hatsune Miku, but has since spread to all sorts of shows and streams thanks to this very intuitive app.
    FaceRig is an app available on Steam for $13, and what it does is relatively simple. It uses a connected camera to map your face, then transplants a 3D model on top. Then, it creates a driver that you can point at streaming software or any software that looks for a camera. You can use it on Microsoft Teams, Slack, Skype, practically anything that connects to a camera source. Of course, this also includes streaming tools like XSplit and Streamlabs OBS.
    Here's a quick run-through of how it works, and why it could be your next favorite streaming tool.

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    06-12-2020 08:11 AM

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