Bailee Higgins is a digital artist from Sydney Mines in Australia. She uses her iPad to created portrays of people who live and work there. Her works encourage everyone to wear masks. Anyone who would like to become her model can write to her.
New Apple face-recognition technology will be based on facial heat mapping. This type of technology will be more efficient than fingerprints or the previous generation of face recognition tools.
We have an opportunity to listen to the concert of a singing avatar in the times of post-COVID art. The name of a virtual creature is LaTurbo. She is the protagonist of many exhibitions and shows. She looks like a girl and even has her own social media.
Artist Jess Riva Cooper creates ceramic busts with flowers in the mouth. He uses plants as both symbols of ornamentation and methods of destruction. Plants crowns on the subjects’ heads as they wrap themselves around the neck in a threatening gesture.
Artist Tomáš Libertíny uses the help of thousands of bees to create his artworks. His sculptures today exhibits in The Met and other museums. He used a 3D model of the original portrait of Nefertiti and over 60000 bees to create the latest sculpture.
Dain Yoon is not an ordinary make up artist. She paints hyperrealistic images using her face as a canvas. More about her arts here.
Frank Auerbach is the last living member of a pathfinding generation of postwar British figurative painters. His portrays express the indefinite range of emotions. The New York Times report that his collection of portrays are now in Luhring Augustine gallery.
The representation of a human face of the head on the artefacts can be found in many museums. There are two main types of jugs representing the human face. Some of them served for they served ritualistic purposes derived from African tribal practice.
Hanson Robotics will be producing four models of humanoid robots like Sophia around the first half of this year to assist healthcare professionals. Robots will help taking over the care of sick people during the pandemic.
Facial verification is becoming more precise and can differentiate traits more accurately. Algorithms can differentiate each trait in more detail and detect different skin types. The task is to reduce inaccuracy in the identification of ethnic minorities by improving the recognition of various skin tones.