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"Hello everyone, this is my giant disembodied eye project," says Nirav Patel, a software development engineer at Apple, who thinks up interesting stuff in his spare time.

With Evil Eye, Nirav takes a webcam, a Microvision Showwx laser pico projector and a frosted glass dome light shade to build a face tracking eyeball that "follows me around in a fairly creepy manner".

But in a fun way.

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Nirav writes up more about Evil Eye here. ®

Via PicoProjector-info.com

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