Inspiration

We were inspired!

What it does

This application will take a picture of the user, determine their emotional state from their facial expression, and match this emotional state to an emoji.

How I built it

Mirror-moji was built as a web app, running completely on the client side. We used Vue.js to build the UI, and integrated a facial recognition library from npm.

Challenges I ran into

Two of the main challenges we faced were to successfully get the facial data from the API, and then to subsequently match that data to a well-suited emoji.

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

What I learned

What's next for MirrorMoji

We would like to see this technology being integrated in a mobile OS, as part of the emoji input options.

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