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Interactivity seems to be a reoccurring term used in the modern world. The success of the iPhone with applications and new interactive shopping experiences are a testament to this.

Interactive artist Theo Watson has developed ‘Portrait Machine’ an interactive exhibition connecting viewers with the installation. Three digital monitors are arranged on a single wall and a portrait studio hosted nearby. Each visitor poses infront of the camera for a portrait which is then analyzed for final arrangement by clothing choice, hair color, facial
expression and composition within the frame.

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