Freaky webcams

With certain exceptions, nothing a brand lets you see is by mistake.Every detail of a company’s image has been meticulously crafted and fussed over.

The next day, she accepts a video chat from that girl in the photo, but her mouth is taped shut, and she's roughed up and then brutally murdered by a masked figure.

She shows the recorded chatbox to the LAPD, who say it looks real, but they don't have the resources to look into it further. Then, of course, the people closest to Elizabeth begin getting stalked, manipulated, and killed. Opening on the desktop of a Mac computer and framed entirely as an actual chatroom, with a little leeway for i Phones and webcams, "The Den" might be perfectly freaky viewing on a computer, adding even more immersive verisimilitude.

To be quite honest, the USB 2.0 Minoru 3D Webcam is ripe for a Billy Mays plug, but considering that he's charging like seven figures per promotion these days, Minoru is settling for the spotlight in Vegas.

The device features two cameras spaced "roughly the same distance apart as human eyes" in order to create a stereoscopic effect, and buyers get five pairs of 3D glasses just in case you lose one (or four).

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The versatile design is attachable to any size monitor and features a front camera that can be tilted up or down.

And we're not talking about 3D HDTVs exclusively -- we're talking about 3D figurines that double as webcams.

The Minoru 3D Webcam is a single piece with two cameras spaced roughly the same distance apart as human eyes, for the stereoscopic effect.

This creates an anthropomorphic look that means users tend to look into the eyes of the camera as they light up.

There’s a reason, for instance, that Mc Donald’s and many other fast food chains use red and yellow in their signage.

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