Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Smile Scan Test

THR_33 Smile Scan test.


michael said...

Am i drawing the right conclusion that she is smiling - and the house smiles back?!
This is really something! Wonderful idea!
I remember reading a story a long time ago about a house that would react to the psychology of its inhabitants by changing shape, and colour of furniture and rooms. And that's a little like that. Beautiful work!
& good luck with the show!

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