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Bringing Granny back to life.

Old 28th Feb 2021, 18:52
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Bringing Granny back to life.

We've had deep fake videos, we now have DeepFake Nostalgia.

DragNdrop a picture of your dead relative onto the website et voila - they're back...

Some people love the Deep Nostalgia™ feature and consider it magical, while others find it creepy and dislike it. Indeed, the results can be controversial and it’s hard to stay indifferent to this technology. We invite you to create videos using this feature and share them on social media to see what your friends and family think. This feature is intended for nostalgic use, that is, to bring beloved ancestors back to life. Our driver videos don’t include speech in order to prevent abuse of this , such as the creation of “deep fake” videos of living people. Please use this feature on your own historical photos and not on photos featuring living people without their permission.
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Old 28th Feb 2021, 19:23
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Forget social media and concentrate on real life .. or death
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Old 28th Feb 2021, 20:03
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Some of my relatives would be more animated than they were when they were alive...

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Old 28th Feb 2021, 20:14
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I would be much more interested in this with a dog
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Old 2nd Mar 2021, 11:29
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The Victorians would have loved this - there was a fairly common practice then of taking photographs of the recently dead - often when they were lying in their coffins. I don't think they would have found this new process creepy, but I certainly do and would have no desire to apply the process to photos of my dead relatives or friends.

https://onphotography.me/2019/01/12/...-death-photos/
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Old 2nd Mar 2021, 12:58
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Then there were death masks......
why?
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Old 2nd Mar 2021, 14:57
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Then there were death masks......
why?
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Old 2nd Mar 2021, 16:18
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Originally Posted by Tankertrashnav View Post
The Victorians would have loved this - there was a fairly common practice then of taking photographs of the recently dead - often when they were lying in their coffins. I don't think they would have found this new process creepy, but I certainly do and would have no desire to apply the process to photos of my dead relatives or friends.
Imagine what the Egyptians could have done with this feature!
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