Your face as an emoticon

If you find yourself limited by the constraints of today's emoticons, fear not: Help is on the way.

New Scientist reports that researchers at Bournemouth University are developing software that will change expressions on your own photo to match the emotions you want to convey.

So far the experiment includes only six emotions. But we think it's still better than some of .



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