NEWARK, NJ — It’s called “love at first sight” for a reason.
That’s the underlying concept that inspired a group of computer science grad students at the Newark-based NewJersey Institute of Technology to create Face Date, a mobile dating app that matches people on two criteria: the attractiveness of their faces and their location.
"I thought it was exactly what many people I had met over the years told me they were looking for." It was what she had been looking for, too.
Unsure of whose name was on it, she magnified the document to view it more closely.
She could hardly believe what she was reading: The name on the certificate was that of her live-in boyfriend.
It's a fun and interactive dating event for singles.
They turn a regular happy hour into a a fun icebreaker. As soon as you check in and get your first lock or key, set off to try and find its match.
"I don't care because I went out like a beast anyway," Harwood said, at her finale watch party at Backfin Blues Bar and Grill in Wildwood.