"You just drop a (virtual) puppet into the real world, and then touch and drag it with your finger. As soon as you touch it, it starts recording the movement and your voice at the same time! As soon as your done you can film it and it will play back what you just recorded while your filming. This allows you to get different camera angles than you could if you had to puppet it while filming, although there's an option to do that as well, it's really useful for having puppets interacting with real people in the scene!" said Edwon, the creative director, animator, and engineer for Cuteness Technology, in an email to Next Reality.