The Cosplay and Anime Gap Bridged By an iPad

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Take one cosplay. Add one iPad. What do you get? You get clever.

These photos were spotted by Japanese Twitter user Kasyuu and retweeted over eleven thousand times. I like how naturally the outfit and the anime face of Love Live's Eli Ayase appear to come together.

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Illustration for article titled The Cosplay and Anime Gap Bridged By an iPad
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[Photos via Kasyuu]

It's almost like the iPad was made for cosplay. Almost.

Top photo via Kasyuu

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shippoyasha
Shippoyasha

Considering how popular and prevalent anime reaction faces already are, this is actually rather brilliant. I think a next step could be using some kind of curved-display outfit and using a less boxy utilization of this technology so people can just wear a mask that has these images show up. Future of anime kigurumi is going to be pretty crazy with new technology.