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Snapchat’s Latest Augmented Reality Magic Karaoke Lens Turns Celebrities into Lip-Syncing Pop Stars

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Finally, the groundbreaking Snapchat’s lenses continue to come from the internal Snap’s AR team. Snapchat, made up of over 200,000 creators, has generated some amazing AR effects in the last few years. For example, Cartoon 3D Style generates around 2.8 billion engagements on Snapchat within the first week. The AR magic trick to come on Android and iOS versions of Snapchat from their AR ream are named Magic Karaoke. Similar to Cartoon 3D style, the new Magic Karaoke Lens work with the real-time camera from either rear-facing or selfie camera from Smartphone’s camera roll. 

How does the new Magic Karaoke Work?

Magic Karaoke is an interesting lens that does not morph human faces but turns Snapchat into a puppeteer with any face. In fact, it only lets you lip-sync pop stars. You can choose a song, and Magic Karaoke orchestrates the facial movement with the lyrics. These lenses include 5 pop songs led by Oops! Which is known for its “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” hook. Besides this, the other options include PAPI by Isabela, Wellerman by Nathan Evans; I am not pretty by Jessia, and Heat Waves by Glass Animals. The live camera view enables you to turn yourself and your friends into Milli Vanilli on the spot. However, it is quite straightforward to lip-sync on tracks with a little rehearsal. 

One of the best aspects of Snapchat is identifying statues as human faces. The real fun comes through the camera roll. Any photo you can get your hands on with a famous face visible is a game for lip-syncing. Besides this, the app has recently added Super Bowl Champion Tom Brady, president Joe Biden, actor Jonathan Majors, actress Michaela Coel, and cartoon images as well. With the growing popularity of Snapchat AR, it would be easier for record companies to apply the effect to the latest tracks of popular artists. 

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