i made a breakthrough. it turns out juggalo makeup defeats facial recognition successfully. if you want to avoid surveillance, become a juggalo i guess pic.twitter.com/kEh7fUQeXq— TAHKION (@tahkion) July 1, 2018
for anyone wondering why some face changes evade facial recognition and others don't, here's a visualization of how landmarks are placed on a few examples. juggalo makeup is particularly effective as it basically totally redefines what is interpreted as the jawline pic.twitter.com/dFSx5FEGc9— TAHKION (@tahkion) July 1, 2018
because the makeup and no makeup pictures are so different, even if you had a picture with the makeup it would only match when the makeup is done in the same way. it would also only be linked to the no makeup photo if done manually by a human— TAHKION (@tahkion) July 2, 2018
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