Nir Rachmel | FaceOSC

by nir @ 4:30 am 24 January 2012

In the following project, we were asked to do something “cool” with FaseOSC and Processing. I designed an interaction that allows the user to use his face to search for queries on twitter.

Once the user starts, he is presented with two pairs of opposite terms and the word “myself” in the middle. The pairs of words always change and are randomly selected. But the user can always look for tweets that have the word “myself”. Moving the user’s head, moves the cursor on the screen. The further the face goes, the bigger the pointer gets.

In order to select a word (“click”), the user has to open his mouth. Then he is transferred to another screen where he sees that query result. Hope you enjoy it!


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