Fun little experiment by the InteractiveLab group utilising a pair of iPhones, four servos controlled by Processing which receives
openCV CIDetector face detection information via OSC from a custom iPhone app created in openFrameworks using iOS5 SDK. In other words, 2 iPhones observe and follow the face of the viewer.
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