face tracking

     An independant studio in Berlin is tracking the faces that can be found all over the planet, using satellite photos provided by Google Maps. The process called pareidolia we use to detect meaning in vague visual stimuli (clouds, inkblots, but also everyday life data, familiar faces, known objects…) and usually implemented by the temporal lobes of the brain, is partially managed by advanced face detection algorithm and face tracking library, pushing the automatic face tracking capabilities far beyond those of your digital camera…

More on http://onformative.com/work/google-faces

 


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