Phhhoto takes pictures at parties and uploads them to a web feed where they can be viewed from any device using a tablet and a light ring.
Grand St.'s 'Party Hacking' project enabled guests to instantly share photos and view a live stream on screens.
Built in openFrameworks, a webcam tracks your position and a camera is triggered when you match the desired expression.
Michael Shindler employs old-school tintype photography to create one-of-a-kind portraits.
The administrative machines of daily life provide inspiration for playful interactive exhibits.
Two photographers from Melbourne, Australia have developed what is touted as "the world's first fully portable, high-resolution, digital, architecturally designed, part inflatable photo booth".