Snapchat has come up with lenses that can be used with a mobile camera and enable you to dress up in an AR costume or do the Monster Mash dance for celebrating Halloween at home. These new Lenses are powered by 3D Full Body Tracking technology, and it's the first of its kind that's publicly available, works across platforms, and can be captured by both the front and rear-facing cameras. Building from the recently-released 2D body tracking technology, 3D Full Body Tracking Lenses help Snapchatters express themselves and communicate with their friends in a whole new waySnapchat is releasing a set of more than 10 3D Full Body Tracking Lenses in Snapchat,which track 18 joints on the human body and apply 3D models to follow the movements of people in the camera's view. So, one can be a Sorceress, a Zombie, or even the Dancing Hot Dog for Halloween this year.
Burj Khalifa in Dubai was illuminated with Mahatma Gandhi's image on his birth anniversary. The iconic skyscraper of UAE paid tribute to Mahatma on his 151st birth anniversary. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated in several countries across the globe. In Ukraine's Kyiv, a statue of Mahatma was unveiled on his birth anniversary. The statue of the great peace icon was inaugurated at AV Fomin Gardens. The statue was unveiled by Ukraine's First Dy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Emine Dzheppar.
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Over the course of his campaign for re-election, President Donald Trump has frequently accused opponent Joe Biden of corruption. Despite lacking any evidence, Trump and his allies have focused on Biden's son, Hunter Biden, and his business dealings in Ukraine. According to Business Insider, ardent Trump supporters grew impatient enough with the impasse that they showed up at AG William Barr's home to demand action.