...Banuba, a developer of AI-powered software that can identify a potential customer’s age, sex, skin color and hair color to create instant personalized ads. With other Banuba apps, users can goof around with video selfie masks that make them look like Charlie Chaplin or as if spiders are crawling out of their mouths.
With Banuba’s apps, you can operate your phone or computer just by moving your eyes, and fool around with video selfie filters that allow you to don Uncle Sam or Statue of Liberty masks or make spiders crawl out of your mouth – in an AR experience that is way more sophisticated than Snapchat’s or Facebook’s selfie filters.
Augmented reality merges the real surroundings with virtual elements, bringing the real world and real humans back to the communication. Think of video calls: for example, a face beautification technology developed at Banuba allows to read, analyze and visually smooth user's anthropometric data and mimics.
Banuba, a startup born in Belarus but operating worldwide from its Hong Kong and Cyprus offices, recently developed an AR mobile software development kit for app developers and publishers worldwide. To a large extent, this technology relies on AI algorithms to recognize people’s faces and bodies; understand their emotions, facial expressions, …