People who are staying at home and not going out to meet people can now experiment with weird and whackey hairstyles.
Except, they may well have to continue working from home, and have to appear on video-conference calls.
This computer add-on works like the animated bunny ears etc. in popular video
apps like tick-tock. But instead of being crude cartoon style, they are an actual photo of the user's normal hair.
The way it works is that you create a master image by bobbing and nodding in front of the computer camera, which watches you and works out what your proper work hairstyle is. Then you go away and get snipping to your heart's content.
When you have to call in on the video screen to report to your boss, the app detects the difference between the master sample and your new punk appearance, and seamlessly overlays your work hairstyle onto your video feed.-- pocmloc,
Mar 20 2020
Because of the video camera perspective, magic allows anything to happen in the unseen lines of sight , No software transformations needed to cover those really wacky partial cuts.-- wjt,
Mar 22 2020