Psycho-Pass' Sybil System Scans Visitors At Shinjuku Station
posted on by Bamboo Dong
In anticipation of the upcoming Psycho-Pass movie, which is scheduled to open in Japanese theaters on January 9, visitors to Tokyo's Shinjuku Station can get their Crime Coefficients scanned by a makeshift Sybil System. Consisting of sixteen 60-inch screens equipped with motion sensors and HD cameras, it snaps a picture of the individual standing in front of it, then reads his or her mental-state color and Crime Coefficient. Those whose Crime Coefficients are too high (above 100) will be greeted by one of the Inspectors or Enforcers, who will step onto the screen with their Dominators.
The event lasts from January 5 to 11, and is located in the Metro Promenade of the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line at Shinhuku Station.