Reface uses face-tracking techniques to allow automatic alignment and segmentation of its participants’ faces. As a result, visitors to the project can move around freely in front of the display without worrying about lining up their face for the system’s camera. The video clips recorded by the project are “edited” by the participants’ own eye blinks. Blinking also triggers the display to advance to the next set of face combinations.
1. a structure with a solid base 2. John Kennedy Associates 3. http://jkainc.com/projects/science/health-health-science/kidworks-health-museum/ 4. This structure is inside a health museum for children and inside the glass cases are skeletons to show the skeletal and muscular systems in motion, with activities outside of the case for the visitors to participate in.
1. exhibit that has a glass case to protect objects 2. John Kennedy Associates 3. http://jkainc.com/projects/science/astronomy-and-space/black-holes-space-warps-time-twists/ 4. This structure houses a simulation of what gravity does in a black hole using marbles
1. a structure that houses a video screen 2. John Kennedy Associates 3. http://jkainc.com/projects/science/health-health-science/h-e-b-body-adventure-witte-museum/ 4. This structure is modeled after a soda drink and there is a treadmill with a screen in front of it with different drinks to show how long it would take to burn off certain drinks.