Flesh Mesh uses the device's TrueDepth camera system to track the movement and geometry of your face. This information is used to distort the camera’s video feed to create caricatures and face swapping in photos and videos.
Access to the camera can be disabled at any time in the system settings.
The camera images and resulting depth data are only used while the app is running. TrueDepth data is never stored locally or remotely, other than the photo and video artifacts that are saved by the user. Camera access is required to get depth data from Apple's API's.
Face data is never transmitted over a network, stored remotely, given to third parties, or used for any non-camera purposes.
Access to the camera and microphone are requested to create photos and video. These files are stored locally and never transmitted or shared unless the user decides to do so manually using affordances such as the “share sheet.” Access these APIs can be revoked by the user in System Settings.
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Last Updated January 17, 2018