Artist Julius von Bismarck's interactive artwork mimics the current mood of the people around it.

For the Provinz exhibition currently taking place in Lindau, Germany, artist Julius von Bismarck installed his creation Feel-o-meter, a giant emotive smiley face, on top of a lighthouse in the town's harbor. The smiley face is connected to a series of cameras that read the facial expressions of the locals. Based on that input, it imitates the emotions on the giant icon, acting as a reflection of the general mood of the town.

Julius von Bismarck

[via Gestalten]

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