This issue of Computer Science for fun is entitled ‘Faces’ – it looks at the importance of a face in computer science, and includes articles on:
• TactileFace – a printer for the visually impaired
• Modelling continental drift
• Describing faces – Face Space
• Facially expressive robots
• Online photos and self-perception
• Robot dog illusion
• The emotion machine
• Can you trust a computer’s smile?
• Face perception and illusions
• The psychology of ageing faces
• Computers playing games and analysing our feelings
• The interesting things that happen when stuff is turned upside down!
The magazine is edited by Paul Curzon, Jo Brodie and Peter W. McOwan