The Plastic Surgery Simulator for Windows is a simple but powerful application that will let you modify photos to simulate plastic surgery results on anyone's face and body. Easy to use, you will be able to distort photos to simulate plastic surgeries in seconds. Please browse this page to learn more about application features.
You can import images from a file on your computer, make a capture from a webcam, or upload a workspace. A workspace is a file previously saved with the Plastic Surgery Simulator that holds modification coordinates so you can resume a previous work. If you chose to go directly to the software, you can still drag and drop images into the software window.
You can chose to display the original unmodified image only, the modified image, or a combination of both for efficient comparison of the before / after work. Note that zoom and scroll are synchronized between all the views. You can cycle trough the tabs with the keyboard left and right arrows.
You can easily modify photos by stretching, growing or shrinking the desired areas to simulate photo realistic plastic surgery results. It is very easy to distort your pictures, and you will be able to simulate photo realistic plastic surgeries within seconds.
Here is a list of all the application's icons, and their meaning.
When you decide to save your work, the Plastic Surgery Simulator will create a folder containing: the original image, the modified image, and a combination of both. You are able to keep original image size, or define your own size while saving. Here is the content of the saved folder:
Watermarks are text that will appear over your saved combined image. There are 3 watermark zones : Top left corner (default is text “Before”), Top right corner (default is text "After"), and middle bottom (default is empty). You can put any short text you want in the watermarks setting fields.
Here is an image sample of a virtual nose job and chin augmentation performed with the Windows version of the application. It took under 1 minute to perform thanks to the smooth and powerful distortion algorithm of our software.