This is awesome. CV Dazzle is a form of “expressive interference” that camouflages people from the prying eyes of computer vision technology. It’s a special way of combining makeup and hair styling—or other modifications—with designs that have been known to thwart facial detection devices.
So far, CV Dazzle can be used wherever automated face recognition systems are used online, like Picasa, Flickr and Facebook. The creators want to provide even more ways to protect our privacy as computer vision becomes increasingly sophisticated. Perhaps that's why we'll start seeing hair and makeup like those above on the street.
Check out the CV-Facebook test video below.