The Internet And Happiness

The Internet And Happiness

An Internet art project automatically documents moments when users smile.

Naresh Kumar
  • 21 february 2011

Happy Things is an interesting project by Theo Watson and Kyle McDonald that captures positive human reactions to the Internet. The program automatically analyzes your face through the computer’s webcam when you are browsing and posts your screenshot every time it detects you smiling, along with the web page that you found amusing.

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