Fun Way For Would-Be Moms And Pops To See A Future Child

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Future moms and pops often wonder what their baby would look like when it finally comes around? Which facial features it would inherit from him and from her? Now they can stop their guesswork and satisfy curiosity with a clever piece of software called BabyMaker.

Luxand, Inc. today announces BabyMaker 1.0, a fun computer program specifically designed to let couples morph their photos and see a digitally created face of the future baby.

To morph a child picture, BabyMaker relies on the revolutionary facial recognition technology from Luxand. The technology allows morphing two digital photos together to generate a high-resolution picture. To accomplish this, the program carefully analyses the faces of the two would-be parents, detects their most prominent facial characteristics and applies some advanced mathematical transformations to generate an exact physical manifestation of a child. The quality of a source image doesn't really matter. One can load in scratched, faded, or black and white photos and still get a color rich, high quality rendering of a baby face.

The software works like magic. To get started, the user should first load the digital image of a "father" and manipulate it - pan, zoom and rotate the photo to get a full frontal view of the face. The next step is to load the image of a "mother". Once the photos are all in, the program makes some sophisticated calculations, and voila! In a couple of seconds, it shows a photorealistic picture of the future diaper wearer.

After the picture has been created, it can be shared with other people. To do so, the picture should be saved to a file. For more fun, the baby can be placed within a greeting card or a portrait frame in the other editor. Then the user can print the portrait and hang it on the wall, or email the greeting card to the beloved and have fun together!

BabyMaker is a fun program that becomes addictive after a little while. Once all the combinations with the spouse, partner and friends have been tried, users may find themselves spreading the genes throughout Hollywood!

Available now, BabyMaker costs $19.95 (USD).

For more information about the product or to download its free trial, visit


Alex Konoplev
Luxand, Inc.
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About Luxand
Founded in 2005, Luxand is a software development company with core expertise in artificial intelligence and biometric identification focused on the development of solutions and SDKs for automatic recognition of human faces and facial features. Luxand has built a reputation for technical excellence and innovation with its flagship product - Luxand Face SDK, which has been adopted by many entertainment portals, chat rooms, and movie websites worldwide. For more information, please visit


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