How does face recognition actually work? In this open workshop, participants use 3D masks to explore how a person can be identified from an image or video.
Then they turn the tables and form their own faces: personalized masks are created using a vector graphics program. The templates for this come from the laser cutter. How it works is shown directly on the machine – from the design process to the finished product. And of course everyone gets into conversation and explores the possibilities, but also the dangers, of face recognition in the future.
-> Event format: drop-in workshop
-> Venue: On-site event in the workshop area of the Futurium Lab
-> Admission is free.
-> Event language: German. The mentors speak German and English. They will be happy to support you with experiments and workshops.
-> For families and children (from 8 years)
The future is for everyone! The Futurium wants to be accessible to everyone.
If there are further access needs, please let us know: email@example.com
PHOTO & VIDEO
Photos will be taken during the event. If you do not want to be pictured, please let us know in advance.
You do not need a ticket for this event. The workshop will take place in a drop-in format, meaning you can just drop by.
We do apologize that the following information is currently only available in German.