Neither the ‘Elizondo sisters’ nor the ‘clan of the Kings’ and not even ‘Don Martín Acevedo’ were spared from appearing in the montages, apparently made with a filter from Snapchat that allows you to modify a person’s face to see what it would look like if it were a child’s.
For its part, the second gallery, in which secondary characters such as ‘Benito Santos’, ‘Dínora Rosales’ or ‘Rosario Montes’ appear, has been shared, in the same period of time, about 2,800 times.
The filter that would have been used to create this fun effect It is part of the updates that Snapchat made on its platform in May of last year. With this tool, a user on Twitter showed how politicians like Álvaro Uribe, Gustavo Petro and Iván Duque would look in their children’s versions.
It is a series of filters that, through artificial intelligence, detect facial features to apply changes in physical appearance. The tool also allows, among others, to visualize the female or male version of people, just as it did Greeicy Rendón last year when he showed what he would look like if he were a man.
In the next video, the youtuber ‘Candres Peredo’ shows how those filters of the Snapchat social network work: