- The scientific work will be performed using just Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) and, when possible, the exhibition will be staged with open hardware devices
- All the produced material (3D models, images, software, hardware) will be released with open licenses (CC-BY)
- When necessary, part of the budget will be collected with specific crowdfunding campaigns, connected with minor projects
- We will try to obtian some material for the exhibition with crowdsourcing campaigns, asking people to release the material with open licenses
|Photo from the Viking I spacecraft (Public Domain)|
|L'ortolano o Ortaggi in una ciotola G. Arcimboldo (Public Domain)|
... to psychology, where some of the images of the Rorschach test are perceived by patients as human faces (2)
|the seventh blot of the Rorschach inkblot test (Public Domain)|
... to religion, like in this XIX century picture, in which some people sees the face of Jesus...
|Swedish anonymous XIX century (Public Domain)|
... and here we are to the meaning of this post: we need your help to collect pictures of different subjects in which is possible to see faces. In other words, with this post we want to start a crowdsourcing campaign on this topic to set up a special session of the exhibition in which we plan to show your contributes with a digital installation. To help us you can upload your picture on the exhibition FaceBook page (soon we will open also other channels). Do not forget to give your work the credits (that will be presented with the picture):
TITLE OF THE PICTURE (optional)
YOUR NAME (necessary)
THE LICENSE (necessary)
We suggest you to use a Creative Commons Attribution International License (CC-BY 4.0), but also other form of open license are accepted. Here is the official CC website to choose a license.
As an example, below you can see my personal contribute: the dashboard of my car.
|Dashboard (Luca Bezzi, CC-BY 4.0)|
We count on your help! Have a nice day and thanks in advance!
(2) Alvin G. Burstein, Sandra Loucks (1989). Rorschach's test: scoring and interpretation. New York: Hemisphere Pub. Corp. p. 72. ISBN 978-0-89116-780-8.