EdgeComputing and Fog Computing are new paradigms where data processing is executed in or on the edge of networks to mitigate cloud server load. However, EdgeComputing and Fog Computing still need powerful servers on the edge of networks which impose additional costs for deployments. We proposed a platform called IFoT (Information Flow of Things) that efficiently performs distributed processing as well as distribution and analysis of data streams near their sources based on "Process On Our Own (PO3)" concept. In IFoT, processing of tasks for cloud servers is delegated to an ad-hoc distributed system consisting of proximity IoT devices for distributed real-time stream processing. In this demonstration, we show a face recognition system for person tracking developed on top of IFoT middleware which locally processes video streams in real-time and in a distributed manner by using computational resources of IoT devices.