I’ve been interested in photo collages for years. Those who know me well have likely seen my Many Faces from a few years ago (pictured above), which was inspired by some improv classes I was taking at the time. It was fun to put together, but also very time-consuming. A couple months ago I realized it would be fun to turn the concept into an app that could help quickly and easily make ManyFace-esque collages. I’m happy to say that the app has launched in the app store today. For a bit more info on the app you can also visit the website. Please check it out, and if you like it, share your ManyFaces on twitter or facebook.
Need a Job?I am seeking a research scientist to work on computational journalism projects relating to algorithmic accountability reporting, news automation & bots, and data science / journalism with me. See the post here: https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/35785
AboutI'm an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, College Park College of Journalism. I study computational and data journalism with an emphasis on algorithmic accountability, narrative data visualization, and social computing in the news. I'm also a consultant specializing in research, design, and development for computational media applications. Find me on Twitter: @ndiakopoulos
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