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    How do you look when you aged?

    Just out of interest...anyone here have used or know a software that can show you how you would look like in a few years time?

    Ill guess it needs a 3D image of the subjects face?

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    it's called age progression software, and it is very expensive. Ever see a missing child ad, and they show a pic. of the child when missing, and an age progressed version of said child now? They always have a tag under it saying "age progression sponsored by xxx" because of the cost involved. A local news station did a spot on that software last summer, cool stuff. I think I remeber them saying that a copy od the software was well over 3k.

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    it's really not too hard, I did over 80 age progressions for last years seinor class (insert 20 hours of work):

    -Find some morph software
    -take a picture of yourself
    - go on google image and find a picture of an old person that looks kind of like you might look when you're old (same facial structure/eyes/mouth/nose)
    -Morph the two together

    Granted, it's nothing extremely professional, but the results are very impressive, and I wouldnt be suprised if they are fairly accurate.

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    i just hope I dont look anything like you Chris31

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motorcity
    it's called age progression software, and it is very expensive. Ever see a missing child ad, and they show a pic. of the child when missing, and an age progressed version of said child now? They always have a tag under it saying "age progression sponsored by xxx" because of the cost involved. A local news station did a spot on that software last summer, cool stuff. I think I remeber them saying that a copy od the software was well over 3k.
    Cheers, I did some search and found some infos. I though I can download a freeware or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey
    i just hope I dont look anything like you Chris31
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    This is you in 30 years time and you are already looking half way



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