• Stuart FrisbyStuart Frisby, over 8 years ago

    Here are a couple of things that spring to mind:

    1. Let users draw an emoticon, and then recognising the features drawn (mouth shape, eye size, etc.) turn it into a rendered, prettier version of the thing they drew.

    2. Have the front-facing camera figure out what emotion they're conveying, and choose an emotion that matches.

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    • Evan KimiaEvan Kimia, over 8 years ago

      For #1, what if its a more complex emoticon? Like a skype beer mug, etc?

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      • Stuart FrisbyStuart Frisby, over 8 years ago

        I'd say if you can't draw it, it's too complex to be an emoticon - but that might be because I'm a grumpy old man who thinks colon and capital letters ought to be enough.

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    • Taurean BryantTaurean Bryant, over 8 years ago

      Although that seems fun and interactive, I wouldn't want to do that.

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