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Playing around with FaceApp...


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One of my action doll friends turned me on to FaceApp.

Trina meets the original Bullet Man, Rich Ruby,
while auditioning for the part of Bullet Girl!



After FaceApp (simple)​

The above caption fits the second photo better.
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Wow! It makes a huge difference! The picture certainly fits the narrative better.


FaceApp...makes me think of Facebook crossed with WhatsApp.

FaceApp could be a useful aid for altering group photos where not everyone's smiling. )
This program actually predicted the face muscles and appearance of teeth. In the app, you can cycle between smiling and original, and the changes looked natural.

It only recognizes faces that are upright and mostly forward, though.

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