Squeal/Singing Face, an interactive portrait. The portrait "sings" when you tap certain part of the face, tilting the device will alter the pitch and make it possible to perform music. I updated Moving Mao from square pixels to Delaunay Triangulation for better definition of the face detail and more realistic facial movements. I used Openframeworks and OfxDelaunay library to create Squeal. This work is currently in development, although Delaunay Triangulation is a common technique, using upon portraits was a well-established style developed by Jonathan Puckey. To avoid association to his works, further exploration in the rendering style, and interactive functions is needed to make this work more unique.
Henry Chu is a Hong Kong–based designer, programmer, and digital artist. He always works with data, music and body movements.