|[November 19, 2012]
Get Your Mojo On: Image Metrics Introduces Mojo Masks Version 1.2
SANTA MONICA, Calif. --(Business Wire)--
Image Metrics today announced that Mojo Masks version 1.2 for iPhone (News - Alert) and
iPad is available now from the App Store. The Mojo Masks app lets users
select and wear a highly creative and colorful digital mask or special
facial effects. The latest version of Mojo Masks adds 50 new holiday,
horror, mustache, piercings, Chinese Opera and sci-fi masks in the seven
new premium packs.
Mojo Masks version 1.2 for iPhone and iPad is available now from the App Store. The Mojo Masks app lets users select and wear a highly creative and colorful digital mask or special facial effects. The latest version of Mojo Masks adds 50 new holiday, horror, mustache, piercings, Chinese Opera and sci-fi masks in the seven new premium packs. (Photo: Business Wire)
To make sharing images and videos via online, social media and email an
even better experience, Mojo Masks 1.2 also lets users save images at an
even higher resolution than the original version.
"Mojo Masks is incredibly easy to use; no special skills required
at all. It is the only iPhone or iPad app able to add these digital
effects to video. And, now with the addition of 50 new digital masks and
facial effects, users can have even more fun sharing photos and videos
with friends," said Robert Gehorsam, CEO of Image Metrics, the developer
behind Mojo Masks.
The Mojo Masks 1.2 app is available for 99 cents per pack from the App
Store in the photo/video category (https://itunes.apple.com/app/mojo-masks/id567788500 mt=8).
Mojo Masks supports iOS 6, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPad 2 and iPad 3, as
well as non-retina, retina and retina 4" displays.
How Mojo Masks Works:
Step One: The user custom-fits his/her fce (or the face of
someone nearby) using either the front or the rear-facing camera on
the iPad or iPhone. This takes less than 10 seconds and requires
nothing more than looking straight into the camera.
Step Two: Users scroll through the Mojo Masks gallery and
select from one of the ultra-cool digital facial effects.
Step Three: Mojo Masks automatically activates and
tracks the user's facial expressions and movements in real-time.
Step Four: Users can record, preview, save and share their
funny or scary images and videos with friends and family via email and
MMS or online through social networks - including Facebook (News - Alert), Twitter
and YouTube - all from their iPad or iPhone.
More Tips to Get Started In Mojo Masks
Decorate your public face on social media platforms with Mojo Masks.
Forget the traditional holiday cards. Choose from one of our six
holiday digital masks and send friends / family either a holiday ecard
Planning a holiday party Use the rear-facing camera on your tablet or
smartphone to take pictures of guests as they arrive. You can let them
pick their own facial effects. Share party photo galleries with
friends on Facebook, Tweet arrivals or email to friends.
Channel your inner Spielberg and create a 30-second video (in
character, of course) to entertain friends and family. You can even
launch your own film festival.
Voice mail and texting are so yesterday. Why not Mojo Masks a video
message instead (Besides, people will think you are so adorable).
To learn more about the Mojo Masks app, visit www.MojoMasks.com,
follow on Twitter (News - Alert) (@mojomasks)
or like on Facebook
Mojo Masks By Image Metrics
The developer of Mojo Masks, Image Metrics, was founded in 2000 and is a
pioneer in the field of computer vision with numerous patents held in
facial recognition, analysis and animation technologies. Image Metrics
proprietary algorithms capture, recognize and analyze nuanced facial
expressions and emotions in real-time using nothing more than a standard
webcam, allowing companies to add compelling new consumer experiences to
In addition to creating its first app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod
Touch, Image Metrics also licenses powerful SDKs, including Live
Driver, its real-time facial animation technology, and PortableYou™,
its avatar creation platform. The company's integrations include Sony
Online Entertainment's MMORPG EverQuest II.
Image Metrics is headquartered in Santa Monica, Calif., with a Research
Lab in Manchester, U.K. For more information or to request a demo,
please visit www.image-metrics.com.
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