I am annoyed when I see a family picture where I am not smiling. Everyone said “Say Cheese!” and I thought I was. Unfortunately my smile began to fall right before the picture was taken. What if there was a camera which would take pictures based on the subjects smiling?
Sony has releases the Cybershot DSC-T200 with “smile shutter”, which takes a picture based on the smiles of the subjects. This feature arrived from a smile measurement software that was developed by the Japanese Omron. It rates the smile on a 0 – 100 percent scale, and takes the picture based on your personal settings. Furthermore, it has the ability to track up to 8 subjects per picture at a time.
Take a look at this funny video for an example.