Biometric Amusement

Facial recognition software is incorporated into avant garde entertainment

Implications - Proving that biometric tools have applications outside of authentication and security, facial recognition technology can now be seen in a variety of entertainment platforms. Often to the delight of consumers, such facial recognition tools make for a genuinely exciting interactive experience with elements of customization. This progression exemplifies the modern relationship between consumers and their devices as one that is naturalistic and unobtrusive.
SCORE: 4
Mild Top 6 Examples: 4,961 Total Clicks Nov 14 - Nov 15
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Temporary Video Effects - These Snapchat Video Tools Let Users Make Slow Motion and Backwards Clips
SCORE: 6.7
V. Hot 1,724 Clicks Pub: Oct 29, 15
Temporary Video Effects
These Snapchat Video Tools Let Users Make Slow Motion and Backwards Clips
The newest array of Snapchat video tools will let snappers make slow motion, backwards and sped-up clips. Just a month ago, Snapchat released video lenses, the kooky effects tools that let Snapchat... [More]
Face-Pairing Museum Campaigns - Interactive Museum Strategy Rijks Emotions Matches Faces to Artwork
SCORE: 3.3
Mild 1,932 Clicks Pub: Nov 14, 14
Face-Pairing Museum Campaigns
Interactive Museum Strategy Rijks Emotions Matches Faces to Artwork
This interactive museum campaign matches your facial expression to a similar work of art. In an effort to reclaim the leisurely manner in which we used to look at art, four students conceived of... [More]
Face-Mimicking Billboards - The 'Coke-Moji' Uses Facial Recognition Software to Copy Your Expression
SCORE: 4.6
Untested 394 Clicks Pub: Sep 19, 15
Face-Mimicking Billboards
The 'Coke-Moji' Uses Facial Recognition Software to Copy Your Expression
The ‘Coke-moji’ brings the love for Coca-Cola and emojis together with its new interactive billboard. A large screen in a subway station displays a bottle cap emoji that mimics passerbys&#... [More]
Facial Recognition Art Installations - This Open-Source Art Creates Empathy for Kidnapping Victims
SCORE: 2.7
Untested 395 Clicks Pub: Aug 14, 15
Facial Recognition Art Installations
This Open-Source Art Creates Empathy for Kidnapping Victims
This stunning open-source art project harnesses the power of facial recognition technology to create empathy for the victims of historical mass kidnappings around the world.  The initial... [More]
Smiling Selfie Cameras - The Smilfie Pod Helps Groups Take Photos Without Awkward Selfie Arms
SCORE: 2.9
Untested 415 Clicks Pub: Mar 21, 15
Smiling Selfie Cameras
The Smilfie Pod Helps Groups Take Photos Without Awkward Selfie Arms
In order to reduce the need for selfie sticks and painfully outstretched arms to attain the perfect self-snapshot, there’s the Smilfie Pod. With facial recognition technology, the device is... [More]
Face-Reading Music Makers - The 'Sound of Emotion' is a Device That Projects Sound from Expressions
SCORE: 2.4
Untested 101 Clicks Pub: Sep 23, 15
Face-Reading Music Makers
The 'Sound of Emotion' is a Device That Projects Sound from Expressions
Designer Paul Pillitteri created this urban design experiment titled ‘The Sound of Emotion,’ which is a physical structure that reads human facial expressions and produces music based on... [More]
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