Want to see how you would look if you had sun burn?
See how different your face would look after overexposure to the sun!
Have lots of fun with this hi-tech app that makes you look like you spent all day in the sun.
Take better care of your skin by remembering how you could end up looking if you don’t use protection against the sun.
This is a new visualization app that adds the effects of sunburn to any frontal photo.
The app uses automatic face recognition to detect the eyes, mouth and chin, and advanced image processing to simulate how that face would appear if the person had been sunburnt.
Photos may be taken from the Gallery or a camera and shared using Facebook, Twitter, email, or MMS (from the picture gallery, once the photo has been saved). The app includes both automatic and manual controls, and works with any iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
✔ See what somebody would look like if they had sunburn.
✔ Hi-tech image processing of actual photos produces realistic results.
✔ Works on any iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
✔ Automatic and Manual controls.
✔ Share results from within the app using Facebook, Twitter, email, or MMS (from the picture gallery, once the photo has been saved).
Whether the subject finds it horrifying or hilarious, Sun Burn Kiosk © HD gives pranksters the ability to automatically add the effects of acne to any facial photo.
The 'Lite Edition' will allow you to see how you would look if you had a sunburn. If you want to save and share these picture using Facebook, Twitter, email or MMS, please upgrade with an In-App Purchase.
For best results the developers recommend using good quality photos, taken in close-up and straight on.
It also helps if the subject's head is not tilted, and they should be smiling.
If you follow these instructions, the automatic facial recognition of the app locates the position and dimensions of the eyes, ears, mouth, and chin.
Custom effects can be created by using the manual controls to outline the photo's reference points.
Get ready to see your new look!
Have a look below at the samples!
- June 17, 2014 Initial release