The Descriptive Camera spits out an image in text form.
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but Matt Richardson has figured out how to make 20 words worth a picture. Richardson is the creator of the Descriptive Camera, a camera that prints out text descriptions of what it sees, rather than actual photos.
There's a human element to making this work.
You have to use your imagination when you look at Matt Richardson’s “photos.” Instead of an image, you’ll see a short description of one: “This is a faded picture of a dilapidated building. It seems to be run-down and in need of rep... Read Post
Matt Richardson's "Descriptive Camera" sends your pictures to Amazon's Mechanical Turk and jobs out the task of writing a brief description of each image, then outputs the text on a thermal printer. It's a camera that captures descr... Read Post