Visage Technologies
Face Tracking & Analysis


Apple Animoji

September 15, 2017

Wired features facial technologies

Wired has published an article regarding new trends in computer vision, and Visage Technologies’ review was also included. Apple’s new animoji technology is a recent popular feature on iPhone X, which also features advanced computer-vision technology. However, the infrared-light projection and 3D scanning is something that is present on the consumer market for some time […]

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September 13, 2017

FaceDance Challenge

DiffCat used our FaceTrack and FaceAnalysis to create an amazing new popular app, which detects your face in real time and then compares it with a given emoticon on the screen. Your score increases with various face-dancing moves, and you can record and share videos on social networks as well. Read more!

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Ben 10 app

September 11, 2017

Helios Interactive used our SDK for Cartoon Network app!

It’s hero time! Our client Helios Interactive used our visage|SDK to create a free Ben 10-themed app. In this free app you can transform into one of four Ben 10 aliens or Four Arms, each with their own unique facial interactions and character specific animations. After the transformation, you can fight Zombozo and his robots […]

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September 7, 2017

Deutsche Telekom’s Message+ app

We helped integrating our FaceTrack and FaceAnalysis technology, along with custom-development work on background segmentation. The Message+ app app gives you the standard full-mobile functionality, but also includes video calls with emotion recognition and augmented-reality effects. This new IP-based mobile-phone interface seamessly integrates with the phone and messaging capabilities of your smartphone, and complements classic […]

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Raspberry Pi

July 25, 2017

Face tracking and analysis now on Raspberry Pi!

From v8.2 stable, visage|SDK supports Raspberry Pi as well, adding it to our largest list of supported platforms in the market. Raspberry Pi, a series of single-board computers, was created with a goal of educating computer science and related subjects. Raspberry Pi also uses the ARM processor architecture, used by most modern mobile phones. These […]

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