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Digital Physiognomy 1.78< のgiveaway は 2010年12月11日
Digital Physiognomy は顔の表情によりその人の性格を判断するソフトウエアです。警察で使用するスケッチの技術を基に喜怒哀楽度を判断します。1000以上の顔が設置されています。
Windows 98/ Me/ 2000/ XP/ Vista/ 7
Though this is perhaps questionable for its stated purpose of interpreting personality (do you suppose anyone would use this to choose a mate or employee?) it *does* have other interesting uses.
Creative writing, for one thing. Having trouble defining characters in your novel/screenplay? This could help.
In fact, were I the developer of this software, that's the audience that I would target with this...rename this as "Character Pro" and sell it as writing software; licensing it, perhaps, to the Movie Magic/Final Draft/etc. folks for screenwriting or Dramatica/Scrivener/Liquid Story folks for novel writing.
Download and installed easily. Registration was a breeze. I like RolePlaying and this could help create believable characters. Though this may be outside the scope of intent of the program I expect to have some fun with the creative aspects. The program is easy to use and shows instant response to any facial changes made. Personally I don't know that I would pay the price for the program unless it has applications beyond 'just for fun'.
To those who consider this a mere toy or junk science, it analyzed my face as someone who's intelligent, optimistic, and self-confident. This is very accurate, though it left out gorgeous.
I imported through File > Open Picture, then selected an image. The image I selected is jpg, and it implied that it will also take bmp, gif, emf and wmf.
Installs OK on Win 7 x64.
Can import photos of faces OK but I think a tutorial or introductory help pages are needed to get the user up and running OK.
Unfortunately, program crashes when I attempt to use the copy photo robot so I'm a long way from being able to assess the traits of Tom Selleck, Aung San Suu Kyi or Fred Flintstone.
Being able to batch process lots of pics (e.g. for selecting/slandering political candidates or choosing the ideal housewife for toilet cleaner adverts) would be a good thing but obviously not possibe here.
Knowing exactly what the effect of choosing a new nose at the plastic surgeon's in terms of how I'm likely to be viewed as purposeful,charismatic etc would be good too (especially if I was a plastic surgeon persuading the gullible).
Don't know about the i.d. accuracy in the rest of the gallery pics - or its consequences for the physiognomic appraisals - but Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington is misidentified as Nelson.
Looks like it could be a lot of fun and is a welcome giveaway.
I installed this program because of the less-than-stellar reviews it was given here. I figured that the program would be bad and I was not disappointed.
--This program is poorly constructed. The included pictures are bad, the artwork is worse. The graphs are impressively meaningless.
--It is built on non-science. It is one thing, perhaps, to be able to read a person's facial expression and body language. It is another thing to categorize a person as "optimistic" on the basis of his nose size or ear shape. If you can take the program seriously, contact me. I have some farmland in Manhattan that you might be interested in buying.
(The program also reflects an ancient Greek psychological model that was based on the concept that our temperament is derived through four basic body fluids.)
--It is not useful for work in any way. (Try using this program for employee evaluation or hiring and you will be looking at lawsuits.)
--It is not useful for personal insight, since it is pseudo-science.
--It is not useful for play, since you can't enter your own photos.
The best part of this program, for me, is that now I can see the effectiveness of Acronis True Image "try and decide" feature. In a moment, it will be as if this program never existed on my system. Now, that's useful.
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