Facial recognition algorithms like those used by Facebook inspired these 3D-printed masks.
The design and animation studio Ouchhh return with a real-time face projection mapping work.
Want to wear a rainbow that transforms into a flower and melts into smoke? Now you can.
It could also be manipulated to make a target look like they’re saying something they’re not.
Facial-recognition exhibit commemorates the victims of Ayotzinapa kidnapping in Mexico.
Hint: they're what the Chicago Blackhawks, Freddie Gray, Cecily Strong, NASCAR, the San Antonio Spurs, Wladimir Klitschko, Hayden Panettiere, and UFC 186 all have in common.
Marshmallow Laser Feast's 'Laser Face' installation turns masticating facial expressions into an audiovisual performance.
The ancient god of music, poetry, and prophesy comes to life thanks to French digital art studio BK.
Using real-time facial tracking and 3D projection mapping, Omote hacks two men's faces, turning them into into robots and wild animals.
Director Nuno Barbosa's music video with Emmy Curl was shot with one singer in one take, but thanks to projection mapping, features many faces.
"Omote" uses light to morph a human face into a cyborg and back in real time.