Today major museums around the world display the artefact’s origin to African and Asian counties. A new article addresses the controversy over who should have the right to own, curate, and display African heritage to the world.
Factum Arte is one of the companies focusing on creating reproductions of famous artworks. They use new technologies like milling machines and 3D printers that materialize forms impossible to model with human hands. This allows recreating artworks with incredible accuracy.
Google Shopping created a possibility to digitally try the experience of wearing some cosmetics-related products. Programme uses augmented reality and a mobile camera. It is working with data partners ModiFace and Perfect Corp to visualise thousands of eyeshadow shades and lipsticks.
Masks create the inability of recognition systems to verify phone owners who are wearing masks was common. Smartphones will not authenticate the payment without users taking off your mask. On the other hand what may cause the danger of being infected. Facial recognition technology that effectively allows us to both wear masks and saves us […]
Gaze – a robot developed by Walt Disney Imagineering together with a team of scholars from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and the California Institute of Technology. It is the result of advanced research in the field of technology and has a very interesting peculiarity. It can replicate some specific expressions of the human face. […]
Smithsonian Design Museum has acquired two emojis that helped broaden diversity. The museum acquired the images of a person with a headscarf and an inter-skin tone couple emoji for its burgeoning collection of digital assets.
The artist will begin the creation of a large mural at the Tufello in the next few days. Jorit, who became famous all over the world for the portraits of Maradona or Young San Gennaro, will create the face of Valerio Verbano, a 19-year-old student murdered by a commando of neo-fascists, once again combining art and […]
As critical as they are to our collective health, face masks can make conversation a little harder. Those with hearing loss can face greater communication challenges. When facial expressions disappear under two layers of cotton and lipreading becomes impossible.
Face masks help to protect from COVID-19 but make communication for not native speakers harder. Research shows that people with other mother-tongue than English receive less visual information and it can cause misunderstanding.
Tosin Oshinowo and Chrissa Amuah created the conceptual face shield. It was created for the Freedom to Move project at 2020 Design Miami. The shield has a 3D-printed white nylon frame that extends in a cross over the front.