A company that makes computer games hopes to create a program that will help people lose weight by using facial recognition to match their images with photos of food.
Botox savings programs are designed to help people save money on medication, but they can be used to lose weight.
The program, Boomerang, allows users to upload photos of a person and compare their body type to that of a food item.
If the images match, the person is matched with a virtual chef to prepare food for a group of participants, including them and their family members.
“With Boomerangs, we hope that it’s a safe, fun, and effective way to lose some weight, and for some people, that can be lifesaving,” co-founder and CEO Brian Hennig said in a press release.
“For others, it can be frustrating or difficult to lose the weight that they want to.”
Boomera’s “bounce-back” system helps users match photos of the food they eat with photos they take of themselves.
A person can add calories to the recipe and upload the results to a website where the users can compare them.
Users who upload photos that match the recipe to a specific person are matched with another person to cook the food for the group, including the person who uploaded the photo to the website.
Boomers can then receive tips from the virtual chef and make changes to the meal to achieve their goals.
Bounce-Back also allows users who upload pictures of their own body types to share their images, but it doesn’t provide a way for people to track their progress.
“This is just another tool to help us reach out to people who may not be able to afford the medication they need,” Hennik said in the press release.
“It’s a program to help them get in shape.”
A program called Botox BOOOMERANG helps people lose more weight by matching their facial image with photos that resemble food.
The software then gives the user feedback on the food and how it looks, helping them to keep track of their weight loss progress.
BototoxBoomerdawg is currently available in several countries, including France, Germany, Japan, and the U.K.
The company was founded by Hennigs co-founders, Justin and Jessica Boon, in 2016 and is based in North Carolina.
It has over 2,200 users, and has sold more than 40 million doses of the product.
The company is currently in the middle of launching a pilot program in England.