March 2, 2007

KTF rolls out 3G phone with lip-sync feature for privacy

KTF has announced the EV-W100, a new model which ensures privacy for callers. Electronista reports.

"A special lip-sync program replaces the video footage with an avatar on the recipient's end, matching the movement of the character's lips to the caller's voice.

Ordinary male and female characters can be chosen alongside 'fun' stand-ins such as pigs or gorillas."

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