Moonjee is the ideal Web 2.0 application for anyone who's ever wanted to have fun with their friends by sharing cool, morphed, viral portraits to multiple social networking sites with ease.
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Pleasanton, CA (PRWEB) September 8, 2008
Moonjee.com today announced the release of its innovative Make a Face™ Web 2.0 application at the prestigious TechCrunch conference in San Francisco, CA. Moonjee is one of just 100 cutting-edge companies chosen from more than 1,000 interested applicants spanning 26 countries, slated to present alongside some of the most promising new technology product developers across the nation.
Conference organizer, TechCrunch, a popular weblog followed by many of the industry's most notable pundits, is proud to showcase this year's Who's Who in technology, with participants including Creative Commons CEO Joi Ito, YouTube CEO Chad Hurley, and Loic LeMeur, Executive VP and Managing Director of Europe, Six Apart, the company responsible for TypePad and Movable Type. Also attending are Internet industry leaders, venture capitalists and prominent global media.
Bala Swamy, the driving force behind Moonjee, describes the web-based application as, "the destination for anyone that loves to have fun with faces." There's no photo editing experience required to master its features. Users simply upload a portrait and, with a single click, transform it to appear, to name just a few options, comical, older, younger, less or more attractive, masked or tattooed. Free Moonjee membership also provides exclusive access to free virtual hair makeovers, multi-portrait merging, single-click offspring composite creation, personality analysis based on facial traits and expressions, and attractiveness assessment based on Nature's Golden Ratio.
- Virtual makeovers and teenage makeover games
- Unlimited facial photo storage
- Access to a large and growing public facial photo database
- Photo sharing with friends by email, blog or social networking publication
"We're thrilled to launch Moonjee.com to the general public and to play a key role in the prestigious TechCrunch conference," explains Swamy. "Moonjee is the ideal Web 2.0 application for anyone who's ever wanted to have fun with their friends by sharing cool, morphed, viral portraits to multiple social networking sites with ease."
To learn more about Moonjee or to become a free member, visit http://www.Moonjee.com.
Founded in 2007 by leading technology blog TechCrunch and entrepreneur Jason Calacanis, the TechCrunch50 conference provides a platform for early-stage, and frequently unfunded, companies to launch for the first time to the technology industry's most influential venture capitalists, corporations, angel investors, fellow entrepreneurs and the international media. Companies are selected to participate exclusively on merit.
Moonjee (Moonjee.com) is a free, user-friendly and entertainment-oriented Web 2.0 application. The company's flagship solution, Make a Face™, provides the tools users need to easily upload portraits, transform facial features, blend and analyze faces and share creations with friends.