tech2 News StaffMar 02, 2021 17:53:33 IST
The deep nostalgia feature of the MyHeritage app – which is one of the most popular apps on social media these days – allows users to edit pictures and add an effect to make it look like the pictures are moving. The app uses AI to animate old family pictures into creepy, short videos. The MyHeritage app is currently available for both iOS and Android users on their respective app stores. People on social media are using the app to animate images of famous dead personalities. If you are still behind on this trend, here are a few quick steps on how you can use the app now.
How to use deep nostalgia feature to animate old pictures
Step 2: Sign up by entering details such as your name, email ID, password, etc
Step 3: Upload a picture you want to animate
Step 4: Tap on the picture and then tap on the animation icon on the top
You have to wait for almost a full minute for the animation to be readied. Once done, you can download and share this with your friends via social platforms such as WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook.
Here are a few examples of how people have used this particular feature:
— Andrey Frolov (@kznsq) February 27, 2021
So I wanted to know how the recent #DeepLearning facial animations services do with busts and decided to give that botched Christiano Ronaldo statue a spin. What ensued can only be summarised as #DeepNostalgia –> #DeeplyDisturbed. Sweet dreams! 😉 pic.twitter.com/g2J0LV5DAi
— Jan Smeddinck 🇪🇺🌍 (@smeddinck) February 27, 2021
(Kennis brothers’ @AdrieKennis Spy reconstruction)
— Becky Wragg Sykes (@LeMoustier) February 27, 2021
— Adam Bunch (@TODreamsProject) February 26, 2021
— Mark (@marcferns) March 1, 2021