There are two important things that make Flutter different from other dating apps that have tried to use video: 1. I see a photo or two of an attractive man, maybe a charming sentence he has crafted into his profile, and from there I create this fantasy of who this person could be.
This is all based on what my desires are and how I have imagined him.
If these measures aren't enough, we can also do facial detection and blur the video when no face is present.
Even after we launched our first app, we didn’t stop our research; your enthusiasm and support pushed us to continue to do better.The app, which launched in London on Wednesday, allows users to log in via Twitter, add recent tweets to their profile, and browse the Twitter feeds of potential matches — "Because on a date in real life, looks matter, but what you say counts," the tagline reads.Loveflutter teamed up with Toronto-based language scientists Receptiviti AI to analyse what tweets can reveal about a person's personality.It also offers Twitter users a new platform to meet people nearby.In order to display your 10 most recent tweets on your profile, users can either sign in with Twitter or tap "Connect with Twitter" in the app's settings, while non-Twitter users can log in via Facebook or email to scroll through tweets of potential matches.Flutter is cutting through the BS of dating apps by taking you straight into the eyes of another person.And yes, this is going to be totally scary for some people! Ultimately this is not only going to change the way people interact, but it will stop wasting people’s time. So when I walk into a restaurant, only to find my date two drinks in with an enormous ego and 30 extra pounds, I would say my time would have been better spent watching Tinker Bell at home with my kid.Professor James Pennebaker of the University of Texas, co-founder of Receptiviti AI, said: "The frequency of certain words in tweets, such as pronouns, can reveal a person’s emotional, social and thinking style.Each entry is like a fingerprint." Because of this, incorporating Twitter helps to show "the real, unfiltered you and the opposite of a polished Instagram feed other dating apps rely upon," according to the app.The app doesn't show your Twitter handle or full name, and users with private accounts can opt to allow potential matches to read their tweets without affecting their status outside of Loveflutter.When we started three years ago, our dream to build a ubiquitous and power-efficient gesture recognition technology was considered by many as just "a dream", not a real possibility.