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The portrait machine Project


This week we learned that Tolstoy said that there are, “as many kinds of love as there are hearts,” which must frustrate photographers. How can they hope to represent this endless variety of feelings? For the past few years, the New Zealand photographer Carlo Van de Roer has found a solution to the problem. He shoots portraits with a Polaroid AuraCam. Developed by an American scientist in the 1970s, the camera gathers biofeedback through sensors attached to the subject. The data is communicated through colors superimposed on the image, with an explanatory diagram on the back.

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