Face Detection Photobooth Snaps Pictures Of Manwolfs

Face Detection Photobooth Snaps Pictures Of Manwolfs
technology

Built in openFrameworks, a webcam tracks your position and a camera is triggered when you match the desired expression.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 november 2011

The Apesnake Photobooth was developed by designer Che-Wei Weng (of CW&T) and interactive software developer David Penuela at communication research center Fabrica in Treviso, Italy. It takes photos of people when they’re pulling a ‘Manwolf’ face and uploads them to a Facebook page.

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