Puzzle Forms an Image of ANY Face

Mark Setteducati and Ken Knowlton have invented a unique puzzle marketed in Japan as "Jingazo." The puzzle includes 300 jigsaw pieces that can be arranged to form a picture of anybody's face. The puzzle works in conjunction with an online interface. Users upload an image and recieve instructions on how to arrange the shaded puzzle pieces. You can create pictures of yourself, your friends or even your pets. Currently, The Jingazo Puzzle is only available in Japan but a U.S. release is planned for the near future.


From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by rubin.

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You probably could play with the contrast and brightness/gamma on the input image to give. So, it might turn black people into white and blondes into brunettes. I think it's another brunette conspiracy.
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