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What will you look like when you’re old? March 3, 2007

Posted by Johan in Off Topic, Sensation and Perception.
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And more importantly, what would you look like if Botticelli painted your portrait? Now you can find out, thanks to the Face Transformer hosted by the Perception lab at St Andrews. To give you an idea:

This is yours truly. This image has not been digitally altered, hard as you may find this to believe. Now, what will I look like 40 years from now?

Well, that’s not too bad. There’s something Eysenckian about it. However, the following may be a more likely turn of events:

 

 

And apparently, this would be Botticelli’s impression:

Good thing for him he’s dead, because this I do not find flattering.

There is also an infant mode, and a feminiser, but it all goes downhill from here.. Fun toy to play with, regardless.

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