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BabyMaker 1.7

Don't wait for nine months to see your baby! All you need is two pictures.

Developer:
Luxand Development
License:
Shareware
OS:
Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / 7 / CE
Requirements:
A standard Windows PC
Price:
$19.95
Price is subject to change at any time by the company
Date added:
8/26/2008
Last Update:
10/18/2011
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Download free trial ( Free Trial |18.29 MB ) BabyMaker 1.7 Publisher's description
No need to wait for nine months to see your baby! All you need is two pictures. Just put pictures of you two into BabyMaker, and see what your baby will look like in just a moment. Impress your friends and family with 'what if' pictures of your possible babies made with just about anyone. You only need two facial photos (passport-style will do) to generate a realistic image of a baby. And we're not talking about cartoon-style pictures or a still-morph picture frozen in the middle of a transformation. You'll get a real face of a young human with unique facial features that resemble features of both 'parents'. Can't believe this? Just ask your parents for a couple of pictures, put them through BabyMaker, and see your own face in the end!

The science of fortune telling is brought to perfection with BabyMaker. Make a baby with anyone! Entertain your friends by 'marrying' them to each other, or have fun using pictures of celebrities as one or both parents. Print or email the resulting images for even more fun!

Unlike virtually all competitors, BabyMaker does not simply morph one face into another. Instead, it thoroughly analyzes characteristic features of the two faces using face detection scientific algorithms, and carefully re-creates a baby's by carefully mixing different features of the parents' faces. The technologies used in BabyMaker are so advanced that they can easily produce a high-quality color image of a baby even if the quality of the originals is far from perfect. Just throw a couple of old photos of your grandparents to see this in action! Black-and-white, scratched, faded or retouched photos will do if they represent a real face. If you are using images from the Internet, low-resolution or heavily compressed pictures are fine if the faces are still recognizable.