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{ lifestyle & ageing software }

Innovative ageing software

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 We build apps for

health campaigns, human resources, lifestyle, financial & pensions, science & research

We make innovative ageing software allowing people to visualise themselves in the future and showing effects of lifestyle such as drinking, smoking, tanning, diet, stress and pollution. We make software for education, science, health, pensions and HR. Our apps have been no.1 in 16 countries, achieving over 1 million downloads and reaching out to a global audience.

We are proud to have created ageing and lifestyle software for award winning health campaigns, science centres, education, pensions and financial sector as well as human resources. Whether seeing oneself with the effects of different lifestyles, such as smoking, drinking or tanning or merely glimpsing years into the future can really convey a powerful visual message. Our ageing software has helped to drastically increase numbers of visitors to health websites and campaigns therefore communicating ideas across in an interactive and fun way. All of our ageing software and apps are based on the effects of lifestyle that happen on real people's faces backed up by years of forensic & medical art research and training. Our software tends to hit the headlines and we have been featured on NBC News, CNN, BBC, ITV, Daily Mail, The Sun and the Telegraph to name a few.

About ageing: everyone ages individually and much of the ageing process is down to genes and lifestyle so although we cannot predict exactly what someone will look like as they get older, we can determine that everyone's face succumbs to gravity and wrinkles as a result of repeated facial expressions and we can illustrate what we know to happen to the skin as a result of various lifestyles on people's faces. Sunshine, alcohol, smoking and a poor diet can all accelerate the ageing process, making us look older than our years

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 On any platform

Smart phones, tablets, PCs and apps - iOS, Android, Windows, Web API

Whether you are looking for web based software, an app for iOS or Android, or a stand alone kiosk, we can provide a solution for you. We offer licenses for off the shelf software e.g logos can be added to our existing software to completely bespoke solutions. Our web software is built in HTML5 and we use 3rd party facial detection software to accurately pinpoint facial features which helps to produce more believable effects.

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 For these clients

Clients such as the NHS, British Heart Foundation, Staffordshire Police, Cancer Research UK, AlcoHELP, Independent Age, Toyota Lexus, Alcohol Concern, Glasgow Science Centre

Scottish Government - The Drinking Mirror app was launched 7th January 2013 and has amassed more than 500,000 downloads in the Scottish Government 'Drop a Glass Size' campaign, to encourage women to drink a little less.

Glasgow Science Centre - An interactive touchscreen kiosk to show users how they could look in 10 years time if they drink and smoke - but also how they could look if they aged naturally.

Staffordshire Police "The Drinking Time Machine targets the younger age group to try to make them think differently about alcohol and the long-term effects of drinking excessively." Sam Ferguson, Head of Communications, Staffordshire Police

Toyota - Fumeface was created for the marketing department of Toyota and Lexus Fleet Services to encourage the use of cleaner vehicles. The app is the first of its kind to show that living in a polluted 'diesel' environment can have an effect on how fast you age.

British Heart Foundation - Smoking Time Machine is a powerful tool to push their campaign for No Smoking Day. Free downloads available for the STM iOS app.

Connexion Asia - A fully comprehensive health questionnaire for HR purposes to show employees how they could look with their current lifestyles in years to come.

Alcohelp - "By including the Drinking Time Machine technology on our website I strongly believe that we will strike a chord with young people by allowing them to see how their face would look in 10 years time if they were to regularly consume alcohol". Debbie Pierson, Director AlcoHelp

All Saints' Academy, Cheltenham, Glos - We took Drinking and Smoking Time Machine into the school and were impressed at the engagement and interest of the children. They were shocked at how they could look as they aged if they drank or smoked to excess.

 Here's a few examples

Case Study: Drinking Time Machine

Client: Scottish Government

Working in collaboration with Stripe Communications - DTM app was available for free downloads in the Drop a Drink Size Campaign - February 2012

Total 20,000 downloads for 1 month campaign

Morna McLelland, Stripe Communications : "The DTM app and CGI images we used across all media were key tactics in reinvigorating the campaign - then in its third year. We were able to work closely with the CMF team, Auriole in particular, across some tight deadlines to create end products that were specific to our campaign, and that delivered real cut though."

Jill Walker, Team Leader Health Marketing, Scottish Government: "The creation of the alcohol app enabled audiences to see what the impact of drinking too much might be which was a strong tactic appealing to the target audience and media alike. As a key part of our PR activity, it helped deliver a strong and engaging campaign with maximum effect."

Case Study: Drinking Mirror

Client: Scottish Government

The Drinking Mirror app was launched 7th January 2013 and has amassed more than 500,000 downloads in the Scottish Government 'Drop a Glass Size' campaign.

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ITV West Mids News, CNN News, NBC News, Sky News, BBC News, The Sun, The Daily Mail, Marie Claire, Glos Echo, BBC Radio Glos, BBC TV, Staffs Burton Mail, ITV's This Morning, countless blogs, regional radio and newspapers.

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DTM reached no. 1 in the Food and Drink section of the app store in July 2012. Drinking Mirror reached no 15 overall in the app store and no.1 in Lifestyle. "We needed to find a creative way to communicate the harmful effects of regularly consuming too much alcohol, and Auriole and the team at Change My Face turned out to be a fantastic partner.  They were able to bring our campaign ideas to life, and create a simple, yet highly effective app that was downloaded over 480,000 times. We worked with the team to tailor and brand the app to our specification, and they worked to extremely tight deadlines but delivered on time. The resulting app has helped us deliver the most successful Scottish Government Alcohol PR campaign to date that has been recognised by the CIPR and awarded Best Healthcare Campaign. The campaign also won Gold at the PRCA DARE Awards in Scotland (for Research & Results) and a silver at the recent Marketing Society Scotland Star Awards in the PR category."

Case Study: Drinking Time Machine

Client: Staffordshire Police

"The Drinking Time Machine targets the younger age group to try to make them think differently about alcohol and the long-term effects of drinking excessively." Sam Ferguson, Head of Communications, Staffordshire Police

Case Study: Smoking Time Machine

Client: British Heart Foundation - No Smoking Day 2014
Cumbria NHS Partnership - Smoking Campaign March 2013
Dorset NHS - Smoking Campaign 2013

Cumbria leased Smoking Time Machine in the build up to the March 13th No Smoking Day. The free downloads of STM reached over 60,000 for the month's campaign. The amount of visitors to their smoking website increased dramatically with the STM app:

January overall visitors.............192
February overall visitors.............217
March overall visitors.............32320

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Smoking Time Machine reached no.7 in Health and Fitness.

Case Study: Fume Face

Client: Toyota Lexus

Fumeface was created for the marketing department of Toyota and Lexus Fleet Services to encourage the use of cleaner vehicles. The app is the first of its kind to show that living in a polluted 'diesel' environment can have an effect on how fast you age.

Case Study: 10 Year Time Machine

Client: Glasgow Science Centre

Drinking and Smoking were incorporated into this interactive exhibit called 'The 10 Year Time Machine' for Bodyworks exhibition at GSC launched January 2012.

Users could take a photo, choose smoking or drinking and see themselves in 10 years' time.

Dr. Sarah Gibb, "Everything was delivered promptly and without hesitation or hassle. And the software is proving extremely popular with our visitors, with the exhibit in frequent use."

Case Study: Drinking Time Machine with School Children

Client: All Saints Academy - evaluation with school children using Drinking Time Machine featured on BBC Radio Glos

Nikki Ball, Teacher in health and social care and Faye Hatcher (BBC Radio)

Student's comments: It was awful... I looked rough and horrible, I didn't want to look at it, I put on weight and had flushed cheeks...

Nikki Ball: Normally it's something we tackle (drugs and alcohol) and we show pictures of the effects of liver and internal organs, but showing them a picture (of how they may look) is quite hard hitting, working with teenagers - vanity is a huge thing, I think it's really good because it's about them... and using technology like this is more beneficial... I was very surprised at the reaction to their pictures, it was a great buzz in the classroom. We have a responsibility and we need to tackle the issue, along with the NHS and parents - this has absolutely hit home today. (BBC Radio Glos)

68% of boys and girls at All Saints' Academy Comprehensive said DTM would make them think twice about binge drinking in the future.

 Blog

Age Progression moves back to the future

September 15, 2017

Having recently met Professor Hassan Ugail at Bradford University we see it is now possible to age progress and regress long term missing persons with a good degree […] Read more >

Can we predict time of death?

September 14, 2017

There is a discrepency between the human lifespan which say could average 120 years and the human life expectancy which does average 80 years. So, where did the […] Read more >

Privacy

September 13, 2017

Privacy Policy At Change My Face, we believe†your personal information deserves protection and we would never pass your details onto a third party. This privacy policy describes our […] Read more >

Facing the Future

March 22, 2017

We are excited to have contributed towards a new installation by the YBA Artist Gillian Wearing who imagines herself as a 70-year-old in series of images unveiled as […] Read more >

Tech: The Future of Personalised Health Care

March 1, 2017

Change My Face is now working more with start ups who are accessing our age progression software to flag up warning signs about health and for users of […] Read more >

Mirror Mirror

March 1, 2017

Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who’s the geekiest of them all? Get ready for this, fairy tale enthusiasts and technology lovers, because the magic mirror has just gone […] Read more >

Research proves teens respond to Smoking Time Machine

December 14, 2016

We are pleased to see that recent research in Germany shows that our app Smoking Time Machine does actually help to put teens off smoking, or at least […] Read more >

Futuristic aging for COSI Science Center

November 15, 2016

Almost completed, a multi tasking exhibit to visiulise your future self for the COSI Science Center in Ohio, with effects of smoking, alcohol, drugs, tanning, stress and diet. […] Read more >

Meet Your Future Self

November 11, 2016

We are proud to have created an app for Visa showing the youth of today that depending on how much they save for the future, this could have […] Read more >

Ageing in Style

September 19, 2016

Most of our work is about age progression & lifestyle, all of which is driven by our genes, DNA, upbringing and attitude to life. Although the same things […] Read more >


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Change My Face apps have been no.1 in 16 countries, achieving over 1 million downloads and reaching out to a global audience. We are proud to have created ageing and lifestyle software for award winning campaigns and we are always open to new ideas and projects.

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