This grotesque piece of machinery was created with Thom Hines for our Physical Computing class at Parsons The New School for Design. It uses an Arduino microprocessor, three servos, a discarded baby doll, and the computer's camera to identify nearby faces, aim a rubber band gun and attempt to shoot them in the eye.
When a face can be seen, the baby head will turn to look at them. If the person remains there for more than a few seconds, the gun will also turn to face them before slowly cocking back and eventually firing a rubber band. The gun can fire three shots before needing to be reloaded.