To our "solutions looking for a problem" department comes digital artwork that reflects your demeanor.
As reported byCNN, British and American computer scientists have developed a way to create "empathic paintings" that change according to how the viewer feels. Special software deciphers facial cues and adapts the color and brushstrokes of the digital image.
Imagine Edvard Munch’s "The Scream" becoming "The Chuckle" on days he was feeling particularly chipper.
A new path to narcissism? I can’t wait.
But until it hits the market, there’s always the mirror.
Posted by Dave Knadler
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