It’s incredibly awesome.
Skin and bones
The technology behind augmented reality (RA) is becoming increasingly sophisticated. For a compelling example, look no further than freelance developers who create awesome lenses and filters for Snapchat and TikTok.
Do this demo of a Snapchat goal, from a developer named Kavin Kumar. It shows the ability of your lens to turn a person’s flesh into, well, bone:
Redditor u / AR_MR_XR publishes an impressive AR Snapchat filter from creator and developer Kavin Kumar. Notice how the program knows how to turn that person’s body into a skeleton when he lifts his shirt. pic.twitter.com/rasvRHwYiJ
– Tony Ho Tran (@TonyHoWasHere) September 16, 2021
While the skeleton graphics themselves look a bit like PlayStation 2, the person’s skin segmentation is incredibly impressive.
The software not only knows how to turn a person’s head and neck into bones, but is also able to recognize and transform their body when they lift their shirt. The applications of virtual garments (or virtual bodies) are clearly immense.
Try it for yourself with this Kumar Snapchat Lens Unlock Code.
More information about RA: Facebook is working on an incredibly horrible augmented reality Fedora
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