A new "human Uber" could let you pay someone to live your life for you.
Japanese researcher Jun Rekimoto has developed a special screen that can be strapped to a person's face and allow them to live on your behalf.
The technology is aimed at allowing someone – a "surrogate" – to live your life for you, wearing your clothes and behaving on your instruction.
You, on the other hand, would be able to lounge at home, watching events through your laptop and using its camera to communicate with people your surrogate meets.
Though the mask has been described as "human Uber", it's actually far more involved than that.
"A surrogate user mimics a remote user by following the remote user's directions," a page describing the tool, known as ChameleonMask, reads.
It was shown off at the EmTech conference, where a user tweeted a picture of the strange contraption that was later shared by tens of thousands of people.