I’m refocusing myself on Photography. I have a new website and blog at http://www.joexposure.com. All of my interactive design works will be continued at Pug-in studio. We are working and collaborating with iP (in-productions.com).
Pug-in is a design firm specializing in interactive features that can be plug-in to physical and virtual interfaces; including interior design, exhibition, information kiosk, product, online/offline application and user experience.
Pug-in is an energetic team leading by Joe Nattapol Suphawong (INT2 studio), British Council’s young creative entrepreneur 2011, who works in the interaction design field for more than 7 years and two new talented designers, Pug Warut Leksrisakul & Beer Nattapat Wuttiungsavotai the first generation of CommDe, Chulalongkorn University.
We are exploring the possibilities of both low-tech and high-tech systems that enhance the interactivity between human, information, and built environments in playful and creative ways.
It’s time to exhibit the Massex participant’s works with with lecturers. Everyone is asked to design a A1-size poster for the exhibition.
Responding to the MASSEX’s Interactive Portrait workshop, I collect 100 images of human portraits with a face detect/tracking mark that generated by computer vision-based applications from nerds, researchers, and users all over the world over past 10 years (2002-2012). The collection is not only provide the typology of a guy with augmented face tracking interface but also hyperlinks that lead to the reference pages, source codes, information that may help you to develop your experimental face tracking project.