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Russian photographer Egor Tsvetkov decided to use facial recognition to find people he met on the subway. After photographing more than 100 strangers in the subway, the photographer uses an open source facial recognition software to scan the 55 million users of the network Vkontakte, the Russian equivalent of Facebook, in order to find their profile. The result is impressive as Egor Tsvetkov managed to find more than 70% of people met in the metro. A frightening project, entitled Your Face Is Big Data, which seeks to demonstrate the total disappearance of our anonymity in an ultra-connected world. Scary!
Mongolia is often touted as one of the last unexplored frontiers on this planet. For photographer Madoka Ikegami, a journey to the nation was about more than…
Combining both safety and aesthetics, LightMode is back with another round of electroluminescent lights that adhere to motorcycles helmets of any size or shape, thus turning a boring one-dimensional helmet into a lit-up piece of art in a completely customizable manner. It’s all inspired by the movie TRON, after which founder and CEO Thomas Plywaczewski began developing his own LightMode helmet lights for personal enjoyment. After realizing their potential, however, he took to Kickstarter where the initial project was fully funded in under 12 hours.
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