Stand-In creates a hologram of your entire body (“Virtual You” – patent pending) and projects it into a physical space. It’s everywhere you don’t want to be. Places where Stand-In can maintain a Virtual You hologram include:
--boring meetings. Once you’ve set the device to business mode, Virtual You will nod its head every 30 seconds and utter bits of jargon like “going forward,” “content is king,” and “we’re all about sales.”
--the Department of Motor Vehicles. Stand-In keeps Virtual You waiting in that interminable line and notifies you when it’s almost your turn.
--church. Stand-In ensures that the Virtual You hologram keeps its eyes wide open during the homily while you’re outside enjoying the sunshine.