Ageme featured on Rachael Ray
How do the choices you make today — like smoking, drinking and tanning — affect the way you will look in 30 years? You’ll find out as APRIL® Face Aging software, a revolutionary imaging technology, lets Rachael Ray’s viewers take a peek into the future!
Can computer technology help motivate you to get treatment to quit one of the deadliest addictions? Well a new study says for some it can.
Meet Your Future Self, Try Harder. A new study in the British Journal of Health Psychology found that young women shown photos of what they’d look like after years of smoking were shocked enough to butt out.
What if you could look into a mirror and see what the things you do are going to be doing to your face – say 6 months down the road or 6 years – would that change things? Well, it’s possible.
F.G. Northern Ireland
I have to say, the pictures really are very dramatic and show the huge effect all of these things have on your face after awhile.
Hooley McLaughlin, Ph.D. Chief Science Officer Vice President, Science Experience Ontario Science Centre Toronto, Canada
The APRIL face aging software reveals profound information about a person in an instant – I call it Memory of the Future. The startling yet delightful effect teaches you more about the meaning of time for a human being than any amount of more technical information.
Patricia Hysert Director, Task Force for Tobacco-Free Women and Girls Roswell Park Cancer Institute Buffalo, USA
Aprilage always creates a buzz when we take it to schools and community events. Young people care about their appearance and they remember this personal demonstration of how smoking will affect them.
Cecilia Farren Director GASP Consultancy Bristol, UK
APRIL’s magic lies in personalising the message by aging the face of the person sitting in front of you. It is a great motivational tool. Once people see what it does it always results in a crowd of people gathering round either to be aged or to watch others being aged… it only takes one person in a group of friends to make an impact.