Science Perfects More Painful Pain

By: Michael Gravette

Science gifts the world with better stuff everyday.

Better industries, better buildings and homes, better entertainment.

Think about the movies. There's now a process called "Performance Capture" which can do some pretty cool stuff. It starts out by taking a real live actor and putting dots on him. This may be done with makeup or the use of a special suit. The dots let a computer track the motions of the actors body and facial features as the actor goes through a scene, and is recorded by digital camera.

The actor is usually in some sort of blank stage. The stage is often green, because that works out best for most skin tones. Sometimes the stage is blue. Now the actors do the scene and the computers track the dots. Once the scene is done the computers do their work. They animate using the pattern of dots as their guide. The earliest work of this science turned a world famous actor into a dragon's head. Most recently a pudgy middle aged actor became a young stud.

The computers can even create monsters for the created characters to fight and defeat.

Science is wonderful, but how can it help you defeat the real life monsters you might encounter?

Mace Pepper Gel shows how science has created more painful pain. As you may already know, pepper spray is the Gold Standard for pain. It has been proven year in and out as the most effective way to drop an attacker without killing him..

Mace Pepper Gel raises the effectiveness of pepper spray to the next level. The gel is a big deal, and has some big advantages over spray. It can be shot a longer distance, it sticks like glue, and it can be used inside a home, building, or vehicle. So it has more pepper power. Which in turn makes the skells pain more painful.

If you're prepared, you'll never be surprised.

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