More than 3,000 people die every day because of traffic accidents, and that number is on the rise. The problem's so bad that the World Health Organization predicts that by 2020, car accidents will be the third leading cause of disease or injury. But what if computer software could help prevent many of them by evaluating a driver's behind-the-wheel behavior and educating her about it?
Happy Things is a fun new piece of software created by the designers Theo Watson and Kyle McDonald. The program analyzes your face through your computer's webcam, and snaps a photo every time you smile, along with a screenshot of the web page that you were looking at. You can download the app for free here, to start learning what makes you happy online. (We hope it's sometimes GOOD!)