Celebrity Twin2Me updated for Doppelganger Week

Easier and more fun to generate celebrity lookalikes

With Celebrity Twin2Me you can now morph your face with your doppelganger, get a 
“split-face” view, and view and rate other peoples’ matches.
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Twin2Me, Inc. announced today that recent updates to its celebrity lookalike generator iPhone app, Celebrity Twin2Me, make it even easier to find a perfect match and make great photos for the upcoming “Doppelganger Week”, which begins February 5. Started on Facebook a few years ago, Doppelganger Week is a popular internet meme where people change their social network profile picture to that of a TV or movie star, musician, athlete, or other famous person they resemble.

Using military-grade facial recognition technology, Celebrity Twin2Me lets users take an iPhone® or iPod touch® camera image, or a picture from the Image Library or from their Facebook photo albums, and find out what celebrities they and their friends look like, based on facial features (not hair, skin or eye color). Users can share results through Facebook and Twitter. The database of celebrities has been significantly expanded since last year’s Doppelganger Week, giving more and better match results. Recent upgrades provide several views of the match including a split-face view and the ability to morph the user’s face with the celebrity’s for even more interesting profile photos. And users can now find and rate other peoples’ matches. The product website has also been updated as well, to provide more information about the app.

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