2000 年 5 巻 1 号 p. 787-792
In Digital Fukuwarai, two video cameras capture the images of two participants' faces. The images are then decomposed into manyjigsaw-shaped pieces, which are presented in random arrangements on a screen. The pieces are dynamically updated from the real-time video images and are never still, even while both participants are moving them simultaneously. The participants compete to assemble the pieces into their respective faces. Changing one's facial expression and moving one's head is helpful in identifying the connectivity among the pieces. Alternatively, they can simply mix parts of their faces in collaboration.