Google Arts & Culture is an application for iPhone (iOS) and Android that, among other features, allows you to find your twin brother of the past. The feature, which was already available abroad for some time now, can now be used in Brazil. All you have to do is take a selfie. The results are then displayed on cards, even with a matching rate.
Here's how to use the Google Arts & Culture app to find old portraits similar to you. The procedure was performed on an iPhone 8, but the tips are also good for Android users. You need to have the latest version of the app installed on your phone (learn how to update apps).
Learn how to use Google Arts & Culture to find old works similar to you
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Step 1. Open the Google Arts & Culture app and on the home screen scroll to the "Search with your self" section. Then touch "Getting Started". You must agree to the terms of the agreement to use the feature. To do so, touch "I accept".
Access the selfie search and agree to terms
Step 2. The application will request permission to use the camera on your phone. Tap "OK" to enable. Next, you need to take a selfie. Frame your face in the rectangle and touch the shutter button.
Allow access to the camera and take a selfie
Step 3. The results will be displayed after a few seconds. To the left of the artwork name, you can see the percentage of self-image resemblance to the picture. Slide the screen to the side to see other results. If you want to know more details about the work, touch the "i" button.
Seeing details about the work
Step 4. Tap Share to publish the Comparative on social networks or send to friends in WhatsApp or Messenger. Finally, select the social network or messenger application you want.
Sharing comparative in social networks
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