I’m on a mission to make my photo life easier when I’m not in work mode. Enter Sony. And Vanity Fair. In the newest issue, FanFair showcases a few spectacular can’t-live-without discretionary things. One item is Sony’s camera dock called Party-Shot which uses facial recognition to detect people in a room. Finds a face, takes a picture.
The result to all the moving, shaking, weaving and bobbing? â€œWith the Party-shot personal photographer, you no longer have to worry about taking photos when you are with your family or friends,â€ said Shigehiko Nakayama,Â digital imaging accessories product manager at Sony Electronics.
So party around a brightly lit conference table with your closest friends. New media is about automated decisive moments. With wowwee‘s Rovio mobile webcam and you can be “just a click away from the people and places that are important to you.”
I’m seeing great potential for feature photo hunting in the best multi-tasking way. Strap hundreds of Party-Shots all over a city. Send out the Rovio to monitor activity levels then you’ll know which camera to download images from first. All before deadline!Â