Face Substitution Has Potential For Medical Simulation
TechCrunch recently posted an awesome video of “Face Substitute”, a small side project programmed by Audun Mathias Øygard. This webapp fits facial models to faces in images or videos. The implications to simulation are obvious here, where educators could put on a “mask” to help portray characters during distance learning courses. Suddenly, you really do look like a completely different person, but can still speak and move as normal. After watching the video below, try it out for yourself by visiting the Face Substitute webpage.
“FaceSubstitute is a tech demo that lets you use your webcam to try on someone else’s face and it’s just as creepy/awesome as it sounds. The app currently has 17 different faces for you to “wear”, from celebs like Nicolas Cage and Brian Cranston to stranger, cartoony masks like “Picasso”, or “Abstract” that intentionally distort your face in the freakiest of ways.”