Face Visualizer by Daito Manabe

February 16, 2011  |  Gear & Hardware, Live, Videos  |  Share

(todayandtomorrow.net) The Face Visualizer is a tool which lets people’s faces move artificially in sync with music through electroshocks produced with the Max/MSP programming platform. [Daito Manabe] performed together with Ei Wada, who definitely was quite surprised by some of the electroshocks.

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