On Saturday, 5 students from City-As-School gave demonstrations of their interactive photo booth to students, educators, and technologists at the the 3rd annual Emoti-Con.   

We displayed images on the monitor using the camera from our computer and simulated the buttons using Pure Data.  Visitors left feedback about improving the clarity of images, got excited by their favorite effects (drunken mode was a hit!), and of course took pictures!

This event was another opportunity for students to explain the working of the booth to tech professionals like Brain Alspach, of E-Line Media which makes educational video games.

Many thanks to the organizers of Emoti-con! and the visitors who got their photo taken at the Selfie Stand!

Jailynn showing how the effects work on the tablet.

Jailynn showing how the effects work on the tablet.

Henry and Emani describing how the video effects they created.

Henry and Emani describing how the video effects they created.

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