You know, the sound the drummer makes when someone tells a bad joke? It’s hack week at work, and my co-workers love to tell bad puns, so I’m making a little Ba-Dum-Tish machine to activate when they tell a bad pun.
Don’t you just hate it when you get to some shared space, and you need to copy some files over to a computer, but you don’t have the correct interconnecting dongles (thanks apple…) or the process of transferring files back and forth over a usb drive is getting tedious? That’s why I wrote copy.local.
I have pencils, pens, and markers all over the place; and the best tool is a tool within your reach, so this week I’m going to build something to hold some marking devices.
This week , in the theme of inktober, i’m exploring digital hatching.
For the Longmont 2018 artwalk I built a contraption that takes a picture of you from a live webcam feed, and then uses opencv to detect all the features on your face, and then places cartoon’ed version of those features on the image. Continue reading “Face-a-tron 10,000 (artwalk 2018 project)”