What Can FaceAge Do?
FaceAge can add/take away:
FaceAge works with Photoshop and Photoshop Elements
What Makes FaceAge Different from Other Aging Software?
In short - 3D. Aging is a 3D process that cannot be imitated by pushing pixels around. FaceAge uses a 3D mesh that is altered twice: 1. To conform to the character of the photo and 2. To affect the shape changes due to aging, such as the sagging of the cheeks, the changes in jawline, the recession of eyes, etc. These are all genuine "shape" changes that make the aging (or reverse aging) realistic. FaceAge also uses bumpmaps (another 3D process) to imitate wrinkles.
• This plug-in works directly inside Photoshop and Photoshop Elements
• Easy "place-the-dots" interface
• Sliders to add/reduce age, weight
• Video tutorial
• 17-page manual
FaceAge runs with the following minimal hardware:
Pentium 4 at least 1.3 GHz (2 GHz dual core or faster recommended)
Windows Vista or W7
1 GB RAM min (2GB recommended)
100MB free hard drive space for installation
(200 MB recommended)
OpenGL 1.3 compatible graphics card with at
least 128 MB RAM
(Hardware accelerated OpenGL 2.2, or higher, compatible recommended with 512MB RAM)
CURRENTLY ONLY 32-BIT
Intel-based Macintosh only (won’t run on Motorola PPC)
Macintosh OS X 10.4 or later
CURRENTLY ONLY ON IN PHOTOSHOPS SET TO 32-BIT (see manual)!
Needed system software:
Windows Vista, Windows W7 and Mac OS X 10.4 or higher.
To read pdf manuals Adobe Acrobat is recommended
To watch “How-to” videos Windows Media player is recommended.
Currently FaceAge is compatible with 32-bit Photoshops only