Introducing the Thermobooth, a new kind of photobooth that only snaps pics once it detects skin-to-skin contact.

The idea of the installation was cooked up by designer Talia Radford and digital media artist Jonas Bohatsch .
Subjects step behind a pastel-hued geometric forest of Osram OLED lights and onto a “smart carpet”-covered platform connected to a MaKey MaKey board. Once subjects come into contact with each other, it triggers a circuit which then initiates the shutter and flash. The image is then sent to an adjacent thermal printer to capture the impromptu pic.

The installation made its official debut during Vienna’s Design Week later this month, watch it in action below: