Recent technology changes have improved the interactive functionality of most computer monitors allowing the positron waves generated in older CRT type monitors to mimic the bylateral functionality of the recent flat-screen monitors. This enables the reflective image on a computer screen to be sent to our servers and then re-processed to form a JPEG image - effectively a "photo" of whomever is in front of the screen.
This is a perfectly safe routine and will not harm you or your computer equipment in any way.
To take your "photo" simply sit in front of the monitor, pose and click the button.
The image works best if lighting in the room is not too bright. When you are ready please click the button below.
Don't forget to Smile !