Abstract, Cyber Warrior Makeup May Hide Your Face From Surveillance
Gathering info from a variety of different face-tracking programs (all based on the rudimentary, yet effective Viola-Jones Method, Harvey alters and experiments with images to make them undetectable. His most recent run used women's faces from "Figure Drawing for Fashion Design" and smeared each visage with, erm, Lady Gaga-esque weirdness. As one may suspect, the stranger, more asymmetrical designs evade the detecting software more readily. Identifying 'Haar-like features' for identification -- or the pixels that cameras detect as belonging to face -- Harvey attempted to confuse and contort the software, by confusing and contorting the face.
That unfortunate facial tattoo the guy on the train has may keep him safe from prying cyber eyes. If tattoos aren't your thing, you can always gussy up using some day-glo paint and magic markers. Oh, and mohawk is optional. [From: AH Projects]