Scientists Develop a Program That Transfers Facial Gestures of One Person onto the Other

The authors showed what Face2Face can do with the example of famous politicians.

A team of scientists from Stanford, the Max Planck Institute for Informatics, and the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg developed a program called Face2Face that can transfer facial gestures of one person onto the other person, Mashable writes.

For the application to work, you need a video with a person whose facial gestures will be replaced, and a web camera to capture the face of the second person.

The authors showed the opportunities their technology offers in a 7-minute video with public speeches of Donald Trump, George Bush, and Vladimir Putin.

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