MyHeritage Deep Nostalgia: Animate your old photos

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MyHeritage Deep Nostalgia: Animate your old photos

Animate your family photos with MyHeritage’s amazing technology. Experience your family history like never before! The feature uses deepfake technology to animates the faces in still photos and gives family history a fresh new perspective by producing a realistic depiction of how a person could have moved and looked if they were captured on video. The result is a short, high-quality video animation of an individual face that can smile, blink, move, and even smiling.

MyHeritage is the leading global discovery platform for exploring family history. Our sophisticated matching technologies, billions of international historical records, and at-home DNA tests take you on a meaningful discovery journey that unites your past, present, and future. Since 2020, MyHeritage is home to the world’s best technologies for enhancing and colorizing historical photos.

The technology that animates faces in photos works like magic. How does it work?

The remarkable technology for animating photos has been licensed to MyHeritage from D-ID, a company that specializes in reenacting video using deep learning. MyHeritage incorporated this technology to animate the faces in historical photos and create high quality, realistic video footage. The Deep Nostalgia ™ feature uses several drivers made by MyHeritage. Each driver is a video that consists of a fixed sequence of movements and gestures. Deep Nostalgia ™ can apply these drivers very precisely to a face in your photo and create a short video that you can share with your friends and family. The driver controls the movements in the animation so you can see your ancestors smile, wink, and turn your head.

In 2018, MyHeritage reported that over 92 million user accounts were exposed in a data breach. Both email addresses and passwords were pilfered during the major security event. MyHeritage’s main business is collecting DNA and providing ancestry services, which triggered major concerns over the company’s overall security.

At the time, MyHeritage staged that “sensitive data” like family trees and DNA information had been stored in a separate location. Thus, hackers had been unable to gain access.

To understand more about Deep Nostalgia watch this .

You can visit MyHeritage now to create your own photo.

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