【使用iPhone新款高级相机,Flesh Mesh的AR技术可以“换脸”】

【使用iPhone新款高级相机,Flesh Mesh的AR技术可以“换脸”】国外一款名为“Flesh Mesh”的app可以使用iPhone X,XR,XS和XS Max的高级相机,扫描朋友的脸部并放在你的脸上。通过使用脸部几何体,它还可以把动作映射到其他人脸部的结构上,让手机里的朋友照片做出自己的表情。

Want to try your friend's face on for size? Terrifying 'Flesh Mesh' app lets you virtually swap heads and 'put words in their mouth'

  • 'Flesh Mesh' uses the iPhone's TrueDepth Camera to realistically recreate a face
  • From there, the user can film themselves talking, smiling and interacting with the camera as a mask of their friend's face is placed on top of their own
  • The TrueDepth camera tracks a user's facial movements to create bizarre effects 

A bizarre new app lets users try their friend's face on for size.

Called 'Flesh Mesh,' the app uses the advanced camera on the iPhone X, XR, XS and XS Max to scan a friend's face and place it onto yours.

From there, the user can film themselves talking, smiling and interacting with the camera as a mask of their friend's face is placed on top of their own.

Once users record a video with the augmented reality effects the app allows them to export a clip that can be shared with friends.

'Flesh Mesh uses the TrueDepth camera on the iPhone X to exaggerate your face in ways never possible with previous cameras,' the Flesh Mesh website reads.

'By using the 3D geometry of the face, it can also map your movements onto the structure of somebody else's face.

'The effect is so fun, it needs to be experienced,' it continues.

However, the tracking and placement of the user's face isn't always accurate, so it's more likely that the app will be used as a fun experiment, rather than a way to actually impersonate someone.

For example, the app doesn't reflect any head movements, so it remains static.

Flesh Mesh scans the 3D geometry of a person's face to build a 'mask.' Then the user films themselves talking, smiling and interacting with the camera'The effect is so fun, it needs to be experienced,' Flesh Mesh's website continues

The free app, which is available on Apple's App Store, uses the firm's advanced TrueDepth camera to power many of the effects.

Apple first introduced this technology with the iPhone X, which was released in 2017.

It's powered by an array of sensors and cameras that are placed in the front-facing camera system.

A Dot Projector system projects more than 30,000 invisible dots onto your face to map its structure.

The dot map is then read by an infrared camera and the structure of your face is relayed to the A11 Bionic chip in the iPhone X, where it is turned into a mathematical model.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-6212219/Flesh-Mesh-app-uses-iPhones-depth-sensing-camera-steal-friends-face.html


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