Fox Sports has created a number of Facebook and Instagram Stories filters inspired by WWE wrestlers. This was done following the celebration of WWE Friday Night Smackdown, which will premiere on the US channel.
By using the filters, your face is placed on the body of one of the stars of the largest wrestling company in the world. Not only that but your face is inserted in the fighting scenarios that happened. See the examples below with The Rock and The Undertaker.
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How was the WWE filter created?
These filters were created using Spark AR Studio, a program for creating augmented reality filters. The program is available to the public and essentially allows you to create filters that distort or change the face, like the famous filters we see on social networks.
If you want to try it, Go to the official website to learn all about creating filters. Spark AR Studio requires installation of the program on your computer and subsequent installation of the mobile application. It is recommended that you are used to working with such programs.
With regard to WWE filters, they are not yet available to the public and are in beta. However, like Snapchat, if you find someone's Stories with this filter you can keep it for yourself and share it with your friends.
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