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vocal gestalt cued camera

The camera takes a picture every second all day, the software possibly a handyphone app guesses when people are feeling happy or smiling based on vocal tone then ups the rate to an image each tenth of a second. The arranging software puts the most emotionally rich pleasant moments on the first page of the gallery application, creating always authentic pictures of the actual smiles n goings on people actually like. The sex version also takes sexy pictures when people are at their most aroused or having orgasms.
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The camera takes a picture every second all day, the software possibly a handyphone app guesses when people are feeling happy or smiling based on vocal tone then ups the rate to an image each tenth of a second.

The arranging software puts the most emotionally rich pleasant moments on the first page of the gallery application, creating always authentic pictures of the actual smiles n goings on people actually like.

The sex version also takes sexy pictures when people are at their most aroused or having orgasms. Ive actually seen videos at youtube taken at night made to look like day as well.

I think this could upload imagers to the cloud, also cameras that take pictures prior to pressing the button already are available, this just uses software to figure out when people are actually having fun

beanangel, Mar 10 2012

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       How would this work around privacy issues of people in the backgrounds not particularily wanting images of themselves uploaded to the cloud?
Y'know, witness relocation folks and spooks don't really like that sort of thing.
  

       As for the, er, bedroom setting, I contend that a coupling couple may not be at their most photogenic when their cries indicate the height of passion...   

       I don't know from personal experience, or if I do I'll never admit it, but I'd think it difficult to pose while climaxing.
Alterother, Mar 10 2012
  

       One approach to privacy is, get over it, you have no visual privacy. To think otherwise is to be delusional. What people do have is stochastic unnoticeability. Also, if a person lacks any interest to others, they can calmly expect to be benignly ignored.   

       Also reminiscent of "when bad taste is outlawed only outlaws will have bad taste" conceding sharing visual richness to only those willing to break the law or to governments, which to my measure, during this lifetime, are only sometimes distinguishable from organized crime, means that only bad guys do the watching. Transparency reduces personal risk, moving social standards nearer actual human behavior.   

       also I am actually just suggesting a thing people like having, because they like having it. If regular people having an ordinary time just happen to be at the visual scene when a different person is imaging superb moment is recorded they are kind of stochastically ignored from the camera havers perspective anyway.   

       I viewed these potentially erotic magazines I found, I thought that pictures of people actually enjoying sex might actually be sexier than really weird things like people wearing lots of make up posing at warehouses. This could also be a semiprofessional approach to making viewable authentic erotica.
beanangel, Mar 10 2012
  

       With the last paragraph I heartily agree. Porn is strange.
Alterother, Mar 10 2012
  
      
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