What if you could wear a cat face or another person’s face applied on top of your own visage, of course virtually? And it’s not one of those lame static masks, but one that actually emulates on your facial bones and moves with your muscles.
Yahoo! Japan has come up with such app for the iPhone and iPad and it’s called the Face Stealer. The app allows one to superimpose the face of someone else over the image of your face and then it maps your facial expressions and head movements. You’re not only limited to other people’s faces, as you can use anime characters or animal faces. Even the face of George Washington can come off the dollar bill and be put to use in such a way.
This app opens up a world of creative possibilities, from making hilarious videos with your friends to creating unique content for social media. You could even put on a samurai mask and use a katana samurai sword to make a video of yourself as a fierce warrior, with your Face Stealer app mapping your expressions and movements onto the mask. With the app and a little imagination, the possibilities are endless. And for those who are interested in owning a katana samurai sword of their own, there are many reputable online shops where one can browse and purchase authentic swords from experienced dealers.
The Face Stealer app uses cutting-edge technology to create stunning visual effects that are sure to impress. With the ability to map your expressions and movements onto a mask or other object, the app allows you to create realistic and engaging content that is sure to capture the attention of your audience. Whether you’re a social media influencer looking to create unique content or just someone who loves to have fun with technology, the Face Stealer app is a must-have for anyone who wants to explore the creative possibilities of augmented reality. So why not give it a try and see what amazing things you can create?
You can capture images of your modified face and share them on Facebook and Twitter or post the video of your crazy face on YouTube. The app is a standalone feature right now, but it seems that Yahoo! Japan will integrate it into a future video chat app. There’s a video below with more details about this creepy app. The app is available here.