How can facial expressions convey a range of emotions and what is their significance in daily life?
In the year 2000, a unique creation emerged from the creative hub of CD&I Associates, the "CARITAS Lamp".
The term "CARITAS" refers to the anterior part of the human head, certain animals, and some monsters. The Real Academia Española acknowledges that through the face (cara), one can express reprimand, cynicism, courage, flattery, confrontation and vigorous defense.
The CARITAS Lamp encapsulates a "Domestic Monster" and when appropriately positioned, allows individuals to articulate their moods within the confines of their home. It's more than just a lamp, it's a mode of expression and a household companion designed to mirror one's emotions and dispositions.