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7 Alternatives to Animoji's Got Talent

The marvelous messenger with avatars powered by AI

- Chudo is an app that uses machine learning to turn you into animated characters that look like you, move like you, and emote like you. We call them Chumoji :-)

- You can use these characters to broadcast emotions in real time while texting with friends.

- With the in-app camera you can create videos with Chumoji and share them on social media.

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Create your own music video and learn new dance moves from Childish Gambino.

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Google
We worked closely with Childish Gambino and his music video choreographer, Sherrie Silver, to make sure the Playmoji's dance moves rival those of Childish Gambino himself. By using ARCore 's motion tracking, light estimation, and ability to understand the real world, his Playmoji looks and feels lifelike, whether he's in front of you or in a selfie next to y… See more
Digital Trends
Ever wanted to dance with Childish Gambino? Now you can, and Google is challenging you to a dance off with him. Google has added an AR version of Childish Gambino to Playground for Pixel, so Pixel users can dance with him to a number of his hits, or simply pose for a selfie with the man himself.
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Animated Emojis for all iOS 11 devices

True Emoji is an iMessage app that reads your expressions and generates custom animated characters known as ‘Emotion Interchange Formats’ or ‘EIFs’. Helping you put not only your real emotions to texting but also create personalized animated emoticons.

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Gadget Now
Krishnendu Bandyopadhyay | TNN | Updated: Mar 31, 2016, 01.52PM IST TrueEmoji will change the way we engage with interfaces and people in our social circle on a daily basis, he c... Read More KOLKATA: City boy Sumesh Dugar has developed a software that can recognize emotions.
The Times of India
City boy Sumesh Dugar has developed a software that can recognize emotions. Dugar was also awarded credit worth $20,000 by Google to develop 'TrueEmoji' further. "Humans have allowed emotionless technology to take over their lives, which has made us robot," says Sumesh Dugar.
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