I built two interactive applications for Marti Guixe’s Fake Food Park at The National Gallery of Victoria.  The first of which was a touch screen drawing application that incorporated face-tracking and animation.  Kids were lead through a series of activities including creating their own fruity face, where fruits and vegetables starting with the same letters as their name would attach to their face while they took a selfie.  They were then able to choose from a selection of drawing exercises which output sharable, animated GIFs.

Photo courtesy of Joyce Watts TOT: HOT OR NOT

The second application used colour tracking and blob tracking to take a video feed of an arrangement of abstract, colourful shapes and convert it in realtime to representations of real food.  Both applications were built with openFrameworks, making extensive use of openCV.

Photo courtesy of Joyce Watts TOT: HOT OR NOT