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Digital Physiognomy 1.21
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Ever had a feeling that the person is bad just by simply looking at him or her? Or the other way around - felt very comfortable around an individual from the very first day to later discover that the person was a crook? The way a human looks really does hold a key to his or her personality. And now there is a way to accurately predict personality by analyzing facial features of an individual.
Digital Physiognomy is both entertaining and enlightening software that reads person's face and tells you about the secret character traits of the individual with remarkable accuracy. People's facial features - eyes, noses, ear lobes, chins, eye-brows, cheekbones, and foreheads all carry valuable information easily revealed with this software. The program works like a police sketch (a.k.a. photo robot), so you don't even have to have a person's photograph. The software reveals person's Sexuality, Temper, Intellect, Self-Esteem, Sense of Humor, Level of Optimism, Will Power, even Luck. Digital Physiognomy can give you detailed written reports or present all information as graphs and data points. The application comes with a set of faces that belong to famous people - Einstein, Chaplin, Stalin, Mao and some others. Don't trust it? Download the free evaluation version and try your own (or a friend's) face.
While this software has been released for pure entertaining purposes, it is used by psychologists, human resource specialists, private eyes, corporate security departments and other physiognomy loyalists. The program is an instant hit in any home or office where it appears. Don't miss your chance to download a free trial version or buy a full-featured program.
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