Updated: May 30, 2020

Our Facetopo poster presentation was a hit! Here Facetopo team members Dave Strickler and Murray Robinson, explain the details to model Gulnara Niaz and a festival participant.

Then this happened:

Sometimes the stars just align. After all of our hard work, Facetopo’s new 2.0 release went live in the iTunes store just in time for the annual AAAS Meeting! The AAAS Annual Meeting offers an exciting, interdisciplinary blend of more than 150 symposia and lectures, specialized seminars, poster sessions, and an international Exhibit Hall, including Family Science Days, which Facetopo participated in for the first time ever!

The AAAS Annual Meeting is a global science gathering, bringing together thousands of scientists, engineers, policymakers, educators, and journalists to discuss the most recent developments in science and technology. Our new Users seemed to like the improved and simpler User experience we've been developing.

Facetopo’s new fun selfie feature is working (yay!) and was a popular attraction for kids and families at Family Science Days. While Facetopo is primarily interested in analyzing facial data for Users age 14 and up, at Family Science Days, even the little ones got to make “Fun Selfies!” Are you a ‘mad scientist’ or ‘nerdy’ -type? 

Some of our citizen scientists really had fun with the Fun Selfie feature!

Thank you citizen scientists!

The Facetopo app is currently available only for iOS. Android version coming soon. 

Android Users: SIGNUP to be notified of Facetopo 2.0 Android Beta release.

Huge thanks our Facetopo booth bunnies and helpers: Model Gulnara Niaz, William, Alexandra, Beatrix, and Gitika, and to our friends at Scistarter, SciCheer, and the Cambridge Science Festival!

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