Spark AR Beginner Tutorial: Create filter effect with Face mesh, Retouching, and Lighting Effect
This is my 3rd video on creating a filter effect with Face mesh, Retouching, and Lighting Effect on Spark AR. Today we are going to implement a basic filter effect with Spark AR. It looks like what you are watching on the screen. A mask with blue and purple light moves on your face like you’re in a club.
In this tutorial, we will use a Face tracker to identify faces and use Face mesh to customize masks.
In addition, you will know how to work with skin retouching, surface parameters and add light effects to your filters.
Spark AR help you to create interesting AR effects to use and share with friends or upload to messenger and Instagram.
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Spark A-R helps you create interactive augmented reality experiences with or without code, then share what you build with the world.
In addition, I find it really great to be able to help your business reach more people including your potential customers.
Imagine, you are running a media campaign, A challenge for users is that they will take photos at a photo booth, then upload those photos to Facebook to receive prizes.
With Spark A-R you can build a simple photo booth, anyone can take a photo and post it to participate in the contest.
This is really easy, helping to reduce costs but reaching a lot of users. Very Great!
One more thing that makes me really like Spark AR is users not only see the effects that you have created passively but they can interact with it also.
They can touch, rotate, track movement, change effects, respond and transform their surroundings, even users can play games on this platform. That’s great, isn’t it?
For example, you are the owner of a lipstick shop. You can create a filter to help your users test their lip colors, and when they really love a certain color,
They will make a stronger purchasing decision than having to go directly to the store to try.
This is very helpful for your sales, especially it uses the Facebook and Instagram platforms, applications that any user will have available on their smartphones.
Spark AR Beginner Tutorial: Create filter effect with Face mesh, Retouching, and Lighting Effect (Part-3)
Start creating AR effects on Facebook and Instagram. Spark AR Studio is currently only available in English.