Selfie Corrector Makes Photos Of Yourself More Flattering

Selfie Corrector Makes Photos Of Yourself More Flattering

This admittedly complex editing tool relies on perspective-aware manipulation instead of filters to turn your worst into your best

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 16 august 2016

Let’s face it: not all selfies capture our best selves. Due to the proximity of our front-facing camera which can only extend as far out as arm’s length, facial distortions such as sloping foreheads, smaller ears and larger noses are all too common. To fix these unsightly issues, Princeton computer science undergraduates Brian McSwiggen and John Morone have built an online demonstration of their photo manipulation software, which can arguably ‘retouch’ the warping effects of the space-invading camera.

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