Camera Captures Only Smiling Faces

Camera Captures Only Smiling Faces
Design & Architecture

Artificial Smile is a camera which captures only smiling faces of people.

Naresh Kumar
  • 11 march 2010

Artificial Smile is a camera whose pictures only show smiling people, whether or not they were actually smiling.

Developed by Stefan Stubbe and Andreas Schmelas of University of the Arts, Berlin, the camera replaces the mouths of the pictured people with smiling ones, taken from a pre-existing pool of pictures with smiling faces.

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The creators of this camera claim that it is different from the commercially available cameras with auto-retouch function, in that Artificial Smile alters the context of the picture, reinforced by its golden reflecting body.

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Artificial Smile

[via Creative Applications]

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