, the London-based design agency responsible for projects such as the Little Printer, has revealed its latest effort: Guardian Headliner
a "newspaper that looks back at you." Based on an ambitious initial
concept that would have used eye-tracking to monitor reading patterns,
Headliner focuses on the importance of eyes. Instead of truly looking
out at the reader, it employs face detection to crop around eyes in
newspaper photographs, blowing them up to fill the screen. Content is
taken from an open API provided by British newspaper The Guardian, which commissioned the project.