This Android based app is meant to accomplish face detection and blurring of images
Lak Si, Bangkok -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/31/2017 -- Users who are looking for an app that automatically detects a face and is able to censor it using Gaussian Blur can consider the aforementioned website. This is a Google Chrome extension that has been described as easy to use and is believed to be a simpler version of Photoshop.
The said software is believed to be priced competitively and is ideal for any Android devices. Face deduction and censored functions are its main features. The creator of this app, Juthawong Naisanguansee, is known to have designed several other apps such as CCTV face detection and facial recognition from the Civil Registration Database and speaker recognition that can find the details about the relevant speaker, etc.
The website says, "We are in the process of making the software even better by enabling it to censor videos as well. It is named as Ampare Face Censored Pro and is scheduled to be launched in the end of September 2017. If this is achieved with complete accuracy, it can create a number of opportunities for people in the video editing field. For now, there have been many prospective clients who have found the Ampare Face Censored quite handy."
To obtain more information about the product, visit https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.juthawong.android.faceblur.
The website claims that their image editing software is a pioneer in all such apps as it eases the whole process. The features of the same and how to use it have been detailed in the platform for the benefit of the users. There have been a fair number of positive customer reviews for the said app.
Juthawong Naisanguansee, Ampare Engine
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