Face Tricks is an AI app that combines any number of uploaded photos and shows you what the offspring of all photo subjects might look like.
Ever wondered what you and your significant other’s future children might look like? How about if you threw some of Brad Pitt’s traits in for good measure (you’re 10th cousins, after all)? Or how about if you sprinkle in 2 other people, just in case? Face Tricks will show you the result.
Visit the web url, login with either provider (Github or Google; we use this to keep images private), and click the “generator” navigation tab. Select images to upload, and tweak the weight of each image’s traits as desired. Click generate! Because this was a short competition (no time for optimizations!) and we’re using the free tier of all tools, the result can take a minute or two.
Create React App, Redux/Redux Saga/Reselect, Styled components, Firebase functions, database, storage, and hosting, Heroku Redis server, Google Colab notebook, StyleGAN, FontAwesome icons, React Rainbow Components UI (sliders, modal, misc styles), Firebase Auth UI for React, React Router, Axios, Lodash, Sharp (for Node buffers to image on disk)
I want to give this a higher rating. The idea of the app sounds really fun and innovative but I can't get it to work. I've tried uploading various images and waiting but it never seems to finish. Maybe there are certain size limits the images need to be or do they need to be a certain type? If there are constraints being clear about that in the instructions would help those trying out the app. I really liked the idea and where you were going with it but I just can't get it to work.
This has a great design and I want to see it working, but it seems like I just never get results back no matter how long I wait (15+ minutes).
Then again, maybe I don't really want to see what Gary Busey and Tilda Swinton's child looks like.
Took way too long, maybe use a free ML hosted service like FloydHub or Paperspace gradient to speed things up?
Nice and clean UI but it sounds taking a lot of time